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WAYNE CO PUB LIBRARY 




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1957 



Qokisca 

Volume 26 



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business Manager 
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This is our life 



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carefree days that we shall 
always cherish; With deep 
appreciation, tjjje 1957 An- 
nual Staff proudly presents 
is edition of the Gohisca. 



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A familiar sight of 
girls and boys sitting on 
the front steps exchang- 
ing laughs and prepar- 
ing for the next class. 



Our 
Campus 




Its beauty with the surrounding 
pine trees and the students 
lingering to talk . . . 




A symbol of deep respect for 
our country. 



Where victories have been 
triumphant and defeats have 
been accepted. 



Friendships developed and 
memories cherished. 



Strong Modies . . . Active Minds 



Where the spirit of 
G.H.S. may be found 
not only in sports but 
in many other activities. 





Citizenship Zkrough Cooperation 




The development of poise and personality through 
dramatics. 




The arts of living developed through 
America's Future Homemakers. 



The well-rounded school 
program offers many ac- 
tivities so that complete 
participation may be in- 
corporated into the needs 
of every student. 



The atom is elementary 
compared to this experi- 
ment. 




As we look back over our 
high school days we will 
never forget the grand 
times had at our social 
gatherings. 




The biggest event of the year thoroughly planned 
by the Varsity Club and enjoyed by all. 



The proudest moments of all when we 
surveyed the fulfillment of long weeks 
of planning for our Junior-Senior. 





After the dance is over . 




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Goldsboro High 
School . . . 
the school of which 
we are proud shall 
always hold a place 
in our hearts with 
its beauty and 
traditions . . . 




M^ Kay Armstrong 




In the dignity of the noblest sense 
he has guided, encouraged, and 
instructed us by his example. 

A gift of spirit on his part which, 
in countless ways, aged the stu- 
dent in the quest for learning and 
good citizenship, has meant 
throughout the years a greater 
Goldsboro City School System. 

With respect and gratitude so 
rightfully his, we dedicate this 
1957 Gohisca to Mr. Ray Arm- 
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Scholastic 



Activities 



Organizations 



AMctics 



Advertising 




Classes 

Marshals 

Faculty 



Superlatives 
Stunt Night 
Socials 
Publications 



S.A. 
Clubs 

Committees 
Music Dept. 



Varsity Club 

Sports 

Cheerleaders 



Ads 
Snapshots 



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of 
Education 



MUNROE BEST 

Chairman 




Seated, left to right: Ben R. Burroughs, O. F. Dumas, Dr. A. H. Pate, Harry Muir, 
Mrs. Frank Remsburg, Munroe Best, Ray Armstrong, Mrs. W. A. Shepherd, George Steele 
Dewey. 




Goldsboro Graded Schools administrative offices 



August 2b, 1956. 
To the Members of the Senior Class of 1957: 

Please let me congratulate you on attaining this high 
peak in your search for the truth. Do not feel that you have arrived. There is 
much more ahead. You are now in a position to begin to learn some of the great fac 
which have been arranged for you by those who have gone before you. You will 
be asked many times during the next few years about your formal high school 
training. We hope you will give answers that will compel your younger brothers 
and sisters to strive even harder than you have in this business of growing 
up. The world today demands young men and women who are prepared to do 
something and do it well. Push on to higher goals. The best xs yet to cornel 
God Bless you every one. 



Armstrong, Superintendent 



Goldsboro High School 



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Goldsboro. north Carols 



I sincerely wish you success In every field 
of endeavor ••• My faith in you a3 leaders 
of tomorrow Is great ... You will carry on 
the traditions of our democracy ... May this 
book remind you of the many cherished 
memories which wo share together ... It Is 
my wish that you dedicate your lives to 
the Ideals which we have jointly approved 
here at GHS. 



Sincerely yours , 








faculty 



Since our chemistry equations do not always balance, our Latin verbs are 
not always conjugated correctly, and our math problems never seem to come 
out right, our annual would not be complete without those who are qualified 
and willing to instruct and guide us through the most important years of our 
lives. 




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HARRITT ANDREWS 

Commercial 

Meredith 

B.A. 



RACHEL BAILY 

Biology, Science 
Wake Forest 
B.S. 



BEATRICE BALKUM 

English 

E.C.C., Long Island U. 

B.S. 




ANTHONY BLYSAK 

Science 

State Teachers C, Pa. 

B.S., M.S. 



CLIFTON BRITTON 

Dramatics, Radio 

E.C.C. 

A.B., M.A. 



MORRIS C. BROWN 

Science 
Wake Forest 
B.S. 



LENORE COX 

English, History 

W.C.U.N.C. 

A.B. 




LAURA DIXON 

Mathematics 
Duke U. 
A.B. 



MARGARET ERTEL 
Librarian 
Salem, U.N.C. 
A.B., M.A. 



DORIS ETHERIDGE 

English 

W.C.U.N.C. 

A.B. 




FLORENCE FAISON 

Distributive Ed. 

W.C.U.N.C. 

A.B. 



ELIZABETH GRANT 
English, History 
W.C.U.N.C. 
A.B. 



KATHARINE 

Mathematics 

Meredith 

A.B. 



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MILDRED HODGIN 

Commercial 

A.C.C. 

A.B. 



ISTALENA HOLLOWELL 
Physical Education 
M.S.C.W.U.A., L.S.U. 
A.B. 



NADINE HOWELL 
Office Secretary 



JANIE C. IPOCK 

Mathematics 
W.C.U.N.C. 
A.B. 




ESTER IRBY 
French 

Guilford, Duke U. 
A.B., MA. 



NORRIS JEFFREY 

Science 

N. C. State, U.N.C. 

B.S., MA. 



MARY JOHNSON 
Mathematics 
W.C.U.N.C. 
A.B. 




GERALDINE JONES 
Biology 

Meredith-E.C.C. 
A.B., M.S. 



MARGARET KORNEGAY 

Guidance 

Duke U., Columbia U. 

A.B., M.S. 



CHARLES LEE 
Physical Education 
E.C.C. 
B.S. 




INA MIXON 

Mathematics 
Guilford College 
B.S. 



DORIS RINGSDORF 

Home Economics 
Alabama College 
B.S. 



SALLY ROBERSON 
English 

Meredith, U.N.C 
A.B. 



EUGENE ROBERTS 

Journalism, Printing 
Wake Forest 
A.B., M.A. 




RUTH SHINE 
Vocational Home Ec. 
W.C.U.N.C, U. Mo. 
B.S., M.S. 



ELEANOR SIMPSON 

English, Latin 
Duke U. 
A.B. 



LLOYD STEVENS 
Industrial Arts 
N. C. State 
B.S., M.S. 




MARIAN SUTTON 

English 

W.CU.N.C. 

A.B. 



GEORGE SYME 

History 

Bob Jones U., U. Chicago 

B.A., M.A. 



JOHN B. THOMPSON 

Band 

Appl. State Teachers C. 

B.S. 




GEORGE TRAUTWEIN 

Choral Music 
Westminster Choir C. 
M.M. 



CLYDE WHITNER 
History, Sociology 
Wake Forest 
B.S. 



DURWOOD WIGGINS 

Spanish, History 
High Point, A.C.C. 



LEO YUKATIS 
Metal Trades 
Western Mich. 
A.B. 




Turn from this page and you've fin- 
ished with the faculty section — but be- 
fore you do think of what our teachers 
have meant to us this year. They've 
struggled with us, worked with us, yet 
remained cheerful to us. We admire 
them, but can't help feeling sorry that 
another year has gone by without acquir- 
ing the answer to that universal question 
— "How do they manage to keep us for- 
ever snowed under with work ? ? ?" 



ELEANOR YELVERTON 

Dietitian 



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Senior Class Officers 

LAMAR FARMER President 

TOM BROWN Vice President 

PATSY SASSER Secretary 

RAYMOND ALLEN Treasurer 



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ALBERT GIDEON ALLEN 

"A. G." . . . Voice . . . "730 on 
your dial." 

Band 1, 2, 3; Homeroom officer 2; 
Goldmasquers 3, 4, Pres. 4; "Pullman 
Car Hiawatha" 3; "What Men Live 
By" 3; East Carolina Drama Festival 3; 
N. C. State Drama Festival 3; Sound 
Technician 3- 

WILLIAM REYNOLD ALLEN 



"Hajii" 



"Gad! 



"Fireball" . 
a 2?" 

JV Football 1, 2, 3; Varsity Football 
4; JV Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basket- 
ball 3; Track 3, 4; Sports Ed. Hi News 
3; Ad. Staff Gohisca 4; Chrm. Athletic 
Comm. 4; Goldmasquers 2; Marshal 4; 
Varsity Club 3, 4; Treas. French Club 
4; SCA Workshop 4. 



RAYMOND ALLEN 

"6,253 x 4,790? Just a minute and I'll 
figure it up in my head!' 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Gold- 
masquers 2, 3, 4; "A Home For Zebe- 
diah" 2; FHA convention 2; Class 
Treas. 4; Marshal 4. 

VIRGINIA HOPE ANDERSON 

'"Tiny and cute . . . smart." 
Glee Club 1; Calendar Comm. 3; FHA 
2, 4; Soph. Council rep. 2; Devotional 
Comm. 2; Marshal 4; SA Rep. 2; Jr.-Sr. 
Dec. Comm. 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3. 





NORWOOD CECIL 

ANDERSON 

"Suave . . . artistic . . ." 
Burlington HS 1; SA Rep. 3; Goldmas- 
quers 3, 4; State Drama Festival 3, 4; 
East Carolina Drama Festival 3, 4; 
Goldmasquers Ex. Board 4; "What Men 
Live By" 3; "Pullman Car Hiawatha" 
3; Mixed Chorus 4; Homeroom officer 
2, 3. 

ELLIS LEWIS AYCOCK 

"Sonny" . . . Braille . . . Mercury 

footed. 

Varsity Football 1, 2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 

4; JV Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 

2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 3. 4; Varsity Tennis 

2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. 4, Vice Pres. 

4; Spanish Club 3, 4. 



WILLIAM MARSHALL 
BARBER 

"Bill . . . Does anyone bare his 
French homework?" 
Varsity football 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Stunt 
Night 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. dec. comm. 3; 
Gohisca ad. staff 3; Gohisca sports ed. 
4; Athletic comm. 2; French Club 4. 

MARY JANET BARFIELD 

"Beatie . . . UNC . . . Freckles!" 
SA rep. 2, 3, 4; SA Corr. Sec. 4; 
Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 4; 
Washington D. C, seminar delegate 3; 
NCHSPI 4; CSPI 4; Jr.-Sr. dec. comm. 
3; Board of elections comm. 2, 3; 
French Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Majorette 
1, 2, Asst. chief 2; Gohisca class ed. 
4; NCSCC 4; NHS 4; Homeroom of- 
ficer 1, 2, 3, 4. 








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EDITH ANN BELL 

"Edie Bell! . . . VCS Butter-beans!" 
GAA 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Head JV 
cheerleader 2; Faculty ed. Gohisca 4; 
Jr.-Sr. dec', comm. 3; Homeroom officer 
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity cheerleader 3, 4; 
Asst. head. 4; Stunt night 2, 3; Varsity 
Sweetheart 4; Marshal 4; NHS 4. 

JACKIE RAY VINSON 

"Coach, I declare it wasn't me that 

time." 

Homeroom officer 1, 2, 4; Wilson High 

School 3. 



LINDA CAROL BEST 

As of Jan. 18 — a Campbell. 
Lost and Found Comm. 1; Stunt Night 
Queen 1; SA Rep. 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Mixed 
Chorus 3, 4; Sports Ed. and typist of 
Gohisca 4; FHA 1; Stunt Night 2, 3; 
Class Council Rep. 2; Mixed Ensemble; 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LOU ANN BEST 

"Is anybody going to Chapel Hill this 
week-end?" 

GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3; Pt. Sec. 
4; Spanish Club 3; Board of Elections 
Comm. 1, 2; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Treas. 2; NCSPI 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. Chrm. 4; Publicity Comm. 
Chrm. 4; Marshal 4; Gohisca Art Ed. 
4; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3. 






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MALCOM BLACKMON 

Dependable . . . pleasing personality. 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 
1; Goldmasquers 1, 2; Stunt Night 
Comm. 3; Spanish Club 3, 4. 

JACK WILLIAM BODDIE 

Bill . . . Well, I'm not quite & 9" ■ 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Ad. Staff Hi 
News 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Var- 
sity Basketball 3; Golf Team 2, 3, 4. 




ROBERT CHARLES BIZZELL 

"Bobby" . . . tall!! . . . "Golden 

voice." 

JV Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 

4; Varsity Football 4; JV Football 2; 

Varsity Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4, 

Treasurer 4; Goldmasquers 4; Dist. 

Track Meet 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3- 

FLORENCE HADLEY BIZZELL 

"Flossie" . . . "Think I'll send this 
play to Duke." 

Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Alumni Ed. 
Hi News 2; Ad. Staff Hi News 2, 4; 
Stunt Night Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. 3; Spanish Club 3, 4. 



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HILDA GRAY BROCK 

Conscientious . . . Immaculate. 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; SA Rep. 
2; FHA 1, 2; Glee Club 1; GAA 
Library 4. 

HILDA GRAY BROWN 

Brown Eyes . . . studious. 
DE Club 1, 2. 







PATRICIA FAY BROWN 

"Pat" . . . versatile . . . UNC nurse. 
Class Sec. 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Hi News 
Staff 2, 3, 4, Ed. 4; Gohisca Sr. Ed. 
4; French Club 3, 4, Pres. 4; Quill and 
Scroll 3, 4; NCHSPI 3, 4, Pres. 3; 
Social Comm. Co-chrm. 3; "Shepherd's 
Song" 2; Marshal 4; Jr.-Sr. comm. Co- 
Chrm. 3; SA Council 3, 4; AFS Sum- 
mer Exchange Student 3; Comm. Ser. 
Comm. Chrm. 4; NHS 4. 

HENRY SHELTON 
BROWN, JR. 

"Shelly B." . . . "uh-h-h, well, now let 
me see." 

Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2; JV Foot- 
ball 2; Varsity Football 4; Class Pari. 
2; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Gold- 
masquers 4; Ad. Staff Gohisca 4; So- 
cial Comm. 3; Golf 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. 3; Stunt Night 2, 3. 



JAMES THOMAS BROWN, JR. 

Colonel . . . rebel . . . Tom. 
Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Class Vice Pres. 4; 
Ad. Staff Hi News 4; Goldmasquers 4; 
Gohisca Staff 4; SA Rep. 3; Stunt 
Night 1, 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES LACY BRYAN 

/4 friendly smile . . . dependable. 
Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4; "Home For 
Zebediah" 2; "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3; 
N. C. State Drama Festival 3; Eastern 
Carolina Drama Festival 3; Mixed 
Chorus 3; "Apple Jelly" 3. 






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GEOFFREY BEDFORD CARR 

"Godfrey . . . Intelligence plus!" 
Homeroom Officer 3, 4; Spanish club 
3, 4; Brogden 1, 2; Nat'l Merit Scholar- 
ship Semi-Finalist 4. 

JOHN CURTIS CARR 

"Uh-h-h . . . Intelligence, plus, also . . . 
(must run in the family.) 
Brogden High School 1, 2; Homeroom 
officer 3, 4. 




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JOHN NORMAN BURK 

"Mile., avez-vous your French? heh 
heh . . . heh!" 

Glee Club 1; Astronomy club 2; Mixed 
Chorus 4; A cappella choir 4. 

BETTY JEAN CAMPBELL 

"Odell . . . u-ha-a-j-t?" 
Cheerleader 2, 3. 4, Asst. head 3; Stunt 
Night 1, 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Decorating comra. 
3; SA rep. 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4, 
Treas. 3, "Sec. 4; Gohisca ad. staff 4; 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls 
chorus 2; Devotional Committee 3, 4. 




HOWARD DELACY 
CARROLL, JR. 

"Mickey . . . What hath thou?" 
Goldmasquers 3, 4; Spanish club 3. 4; 
Homeroom officer 3, 4; SA representa- 
tive 2, 3. 4; Visual Aids committee 
2, 3. 

HERMAN BERRY CARTER 

"H. B. . . . Mr. Yakutis, are you SURE 

that's wrong?" 

Homeroom Officer 1, 2. 3. 4. 



DOROTHY JEAN CASEY 

"Dot . . . Shorthand whiz!" 
Mixed chorus 4; Girls Cho. 3; Home- 
room officer 2, 3; Hi News staff 3, 4. 

VERLA ANN CHESTNUTT 

"Oh, those eyes ! . . . office gal." 
Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; FHA 2. 










WANNA FAY CLAYTON 

"Pixielike . . . Anybody seen Ann 

lately?" 

FHA 1; GAA 1; Homeroom officer 1, 

2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2; SA rep. 3, 

4; Majorette 4; DE Club sec. 4. 

DORSETT BREWER CLEMENT 

"Well, I'll tell you 'bout me, see . . . 
Greek . . . Ace . . . MBH." 
Kinston HS 1, 2; Fayetteville Sr. High 
3; Varsity baseball 3; Varsity football 
4; Varsity basketball 4; Varsity Club 
4; Homeroom officer 4. 



BETTY JOAN COBB 

"Pageboy . . . Intellect, wow!" 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; SA rep. 
1; Dev. Comm. 1; FHA 1; Gold- 
masquers 2, 4; Stunt Night 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. 
Comm. 3; Spanish Club 3, 4, Sec. 4; 
Mixed Cho. 4; Assistant Chief Mar- 
shal 4. 

GEORGIA BORDEN COBB 

"Piggie . . . George . . . Annual meet- 
ing tonight, •/all." 

Community Service comm. 1; Social 
comm. 2; Latin Club 1, 2, Sec- 1; 
French club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; Gold- 
masquers 2, 3; "Shepherd's Song" 2; 
Stunt Night 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. comm. 3; 
NCHSPI 4; Gohisca Staff, ad. division 
3; Gohisca Editor 4; SA rep. 3, 4. 







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ROY ALLEN COLEY 

Roy . . . Just a hint of shyness. 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DOUGLAS GRAHAM COMBS 

Doug . . . freckles . . . easy-going. 

DE 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Homeroom 

officer 3. 



CAROLYN COOKE 

Always laughing . . . Fun to be around. 
Stunt Night Comm. 1; FHA 1, 2, 4; 
Library Club 3; Band 4; Flagbearer 4; 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Goldmas- 
quers 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 

BESSIE MORRIS COOPER 

Immaculate . . . Industrious. 
SA Comm. 1, 2, 3; Homeroom officer 
1, 2, 3; GAA 1; Stunt Night Comm. 
1, 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2, Treas. 2; 
Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Librarian; State 
Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4. 







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PHYLLIS ANN CORBETT 

Mrs. . . . neat . . . cute. 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Pikeville 
High School 1; DE Club 3, 4; FHA 
Club 1, 2; SA Rep. 1. 

WILLIAM EDWARD 
CORBETT 

Bill . . . Here I am. girls ! 

Class Council Rep. 2; DE Club 3. 



BARBARA FAYE COTTLE 

Pretty eyes . . . Char in. 
Jr.-Sr. Dec. Coram. 3; GAA 1; Band 
1; Mixed Chorus 2; Stunt Night Comm. 
2; Social Comm.; Community Service 
Comm 1; Glee Club 1. 

WILLIAM GEORGE 
CRAWFORD, JR. 

Bill . . . "Do you have a moment? I'd 
like to psychoanalyze you!' 
JV Football 1, 2; JV Basketball 1. 2; 
French Club 3, 4; SA Pari. 3; Class 
Pari. 4; Stunt Night 3, 4; Ad. Staff 
Gohisca 3; SA Rep.; Tennis 1; Golf 
2. 3. 4; Freshman Cons. Comm. 1. 






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ELIZABETH ANN CRISP 

"Lib" . . . friendly and sueet. 

GAA 1; FHA 4; Assembly Comm. 3; 

SA Rep. 1; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3. 

KATHRYN ANN CRUMPLER 

"Kat" . . . "Pixie" . . . "Best All 
Round." 

Goldmasquers 2, 3. 4, Vice President 
4; "Shepherd's Song" 3; A Man Called 
Peter 3; Time Out For Ginger 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3; 
Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Social Comm. 
3; Super. Ed. Gohisca 4; Homeroom 
officer 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1. 



BOBBY DAIL 

"Yessir. me and James are buddies ' 
DE 1, 2; Math Club. 



LYNDA RAY DANIELS 



friendly 



"Loves to have fun 
eyes." 

SA Rep. 1. 2. 3; Social Comm. 1; Cal- 
endar Comm. 3, 4; Chrm. 4; Home- 
room officer 1, 2, 3; French Club 3. 
4; Gohisca Staff 4; Ad. Staff Hi News 
4; Stunt Night Comm. 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 
3: Class Council Rep. 2. 









JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER 
FAUST 

"/■ C" . . . "I'm not sleeping coach; 
just resting my eyes." 
JV Football 1, 2; Varsity Football 3, 
4; Wrestling 3; Track 3; Goldmasquers 
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; State 
Drama Festival 3; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3; 
Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ANN ELIZABETH FIELDS 

"Country girl . . '. Which twin?" 
SA Rep. 1; JV Cheerleader 2; Social 
Comm. 3; Gohisca Staff 4; Spanish 
Club 3, 4; Class Council Rep. 1; Gold- 
masquers 2, 3; "Pullman Car Hiawatha" 
3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3. 






SHEILA BEATRICE EDWARDS 

"Teacher" . . . "C'mon Louise let's 
ring." 

Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed En. 3; Stunt Night Comm. 3, 
4; French Club 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 
3; Marshal 4; Class Council Rep. 3; 
"Shepherd's Song" 2; Goldmasquers 
2; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3. 

LAMAR GARLAND 
FARMER, III 



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"Pudgie" 
class ..." 

JV Football 1, 2, 3; Varsity Wrestling 
2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4; Varsity Club 3, 4, 
Recept. Comm. 3; Goldmasquers 4; 
Class pres. 4; French Club 3, 4; East 
Carolina Drama Festival 3; Stunt Night 
1, 2, 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4. 




CECILE YVONNE FLOARS 

Pretty . . . pageboy and pony tail . . . 
shy. 

Fremont High School 1, 2; Homeroom 
officer 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Ex. officer 
3; GAA 3, 4; FHA 4, Secretary 4. 

EVERETTE FRANKS 

Working man . . . shy also. 

DE; DO; Homeroom officer 1. 2, 3. 




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NANCY JILL GAME 

"Jill" . . . She goes her quiet way and 
makes straight V s every day. 
Goldmasquers 1, 2, 3, 4; "Cinderella" 
1; N. C. Drama Festival 1, 2; GAA 1, 
2, 3, 4; Class Sec. 3; Class Council 
rep. 1, 2; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Scrap- 
book coram. 3; French Club 3, 4, Sec. 
4; Marshal 4; SA rep. 3, 4; NHS 4; 
Stunt Night 1, 2; Chrm. 1; Homeroom 
officer 1, 2, 3. 

CHARLES THOMAS GIBSON 

"Tommy" . . . "Who says there's 
another kind of car besides a Nash?" 
Class Pari. 1; JV Football 1, 2; Latin 
Club 1, 2; Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Track 3, 
4; Golf 2, 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Stunt 
Night 2, 3, 4. 







ALICE FAYE GRANTHAM 

"/ can't help what Coach said, MY ex- 
periment did turn pink." 
GAA 1, 4; FHA 1, 4; Board of Elec. 
Comm. 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Marshal 
4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Stunt Night 
3; V.-pres. of Spanish Club 4; Home- 
room officer 1, 2, 3. 

PAUL ALEXANDER 
GRANTHAM 

"P. A." . . . Council notes to Bill . . . 
"It's time to get out your old shotgun." 
Visual Aids Comm. 1; Gohisca Co 
snapshot-Ed. 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, 
SA Treas. 4; French Club 3, 4; Hi- 
News Ad. Staff 4; SA rep. 1; Stunt 
Night 1, 2, 3; Homeroom officer 1, 
2, 3. 




KENNETH EARL GINN 

"Ken-Ginn" . . . "There seems to be 
a lull here . . . shall we sing?" 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; GHS Dance 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lt. 3; East Caro- 
lina All State Band 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 
1, 2, 3, 4; "Shepherd's Song" 2; Stu. 
Director; Stunt Night 1; Homeroom 
officer 1, 3. 

NORMA RAYE GOODSON 

"A smile all the while . . . a true 
friend." 

SA rep. 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 
Sec. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Home- 
room officer 1, 2, 3- 






MARGARET ANN GURLEY 

"Just a LITTLE bit red-headed . . . 
Anybody seen Wanna?" 
FHA 1; GAA 1; Stunt Night 1; Home- 
room officer 1, 2, 3; Goldmasquers 2, 
3; "Our Heritage" 2; "Cuckoos On 
the Hearth" 3; Library Club 3; NCSLA 
3; Majorette 4; DE Club 4; Jr.-Sr. 
Comm. 3. 

LLOYD GEORGE GURLEY 

"Floyd . . . Don't sweat it!" 
JV football 1, 2; Co-capt. 2; JV bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Varsity football and bas- 
ketball 3, 4; Varsity track 3; Varsity 
Club 3, 4; Class pres. 1, Vice-pres. 3; 
Honor Value Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GERLAD FRANKLIN GRICE 

"Caesar's soldier . . . Athlete." 
JV Football 1, 2; Varsity Football 3, 
4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Goldmasquers 1, 2, 
3, 4; "Shepherd's Song" 1, 2, 3; "The 
Robe" 1; "Stalag 17" 2; "The White 
Doe" 3; "A Home for Zeb" 2; Mixed 
cho. 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 1; ECDF 3; 
Freshman track 1. 

KATIE REBA GRICE 

"Peaches and cream complexion . . . 
Smart!" 

Mixed ensemble 2, 3; Homeroom offi- 
cer 3; Library Comm. 3; Marshall. 






MARY FRANCES HADDOCK 

"Mary Fran . . . Saxophone . . ." 
Home room officer 1, 2, 3; Marching 
band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band comm. chrm. 2, 
3, 4; Band sec. 4; GHS Dance band 1, 
2, 3; Social comm. 2; Jr.-Sr. comm. 3. 

CORNELIA HALES 

"Corny . . . Geraldine' s inseparable." 
Homeroom officer 2, 3; Goldmasquers 
2; Spanish Club 3; Calendar Comm. 3; 
Marshal 4. 



DOLLY YVONNE HAMM 

"Stately . . . willowy . . ." 

SA Council 2, 3; Homeroom officer 1, 

2, 3; FHA 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. 

ROBERT WESLEY HASKINS 

"Bob . . . hunting enthusiast . . . fast 

on the y 2 mile . . ." 

Varsity Club 3, 4; Varsity Track Squad 

3, 4; Goldmasquers 3, 4; "Shepherd's 
Song" 3; District track meet 3, 4; State 
meet 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. comm. 3. 






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JOHN LEONARD 
HENDERSON 

"S'awright out there . . . Well, you 
use a hammerlock, followed by a half 
nelson . . ." 

Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-capt. 4; Latin 
Club 1, 2; Class vice pres. 1; NCSCC 
1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Goldmasquers 2; 
Gohisca 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class parliamentarian 3; French Club 4. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR HERRING 

"Fish . . . Bill . . . GHS lop brass . . ." 
JV Football and basketball 1, 2; Var- 
sity basketball 3, 4; Class pres. 2; SA 
Pres. 4; NHS 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; 
NCSCC 3, 4; NCNHS convention 3; 
SA workshop 4. 



MARY NEBEAH HEEDIN 

"Murry Bay . . . which petticoat is 
showing now? . . . wait just ONE 
minute . . ." 

GAA 1, 2, 3, Treas. 3; Latin Club 1. 
2; French Club 3, 4; Goldmasquers 3, 
4; "Tekel" 3; "Shepherd's Song" 3, 
Recept. comm. 1, 2; JV cheerldr. 1, 2; 
Varsity cheerldr. 3; Stunt Night 1, 2, 
3, 4; Gohisca ad. staff 3, 4; Organiza- 
tion ed. 4; Marshal 4; SA Rec. sec. 4; 
Jr.-Sr. co-chrm. 3; NCSPI 4; Jr. class 
council 3- 

BARBARA HEMBY 

Speed typist! . . . Panic! "Where are my 
proofs?" 

DE Club 2. 3. 4; Homeroom officer 
2, 4. 






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EMMITT BROGDEN 
HOLLOMAN 

E. B. . . . Make-up artist. 

SA rep. 1; Goldmasquers 3, 4; Head 
make-up artist 4; State Drama Festival 
3, 4; East Carolina Drama Festival 3, 
4; "What Men Live By" 3; "A Man 
Called Peter" 3; "White Doe" 3. 

JAMES HOWARD 

"Wrestling champ . . . Blushful." 

DE Club 1, 2; Varsity Wrestling 1, 2; 

Ind. Arts 1, 2. 




BRUCE BARRY 
HIGGINBOTHAM 

Voice . . . "Why can't anybody spell 
my name correctly?" 
Baseball 1, 2; Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4; 
"Shepherd's Song" 2, 3; "A Man 
Called Peter" 3; "Tekel" 3; "Time Out 
For Ginger" 4; Stunt Night 2, 3, 4; 
Jr.-Sr. Co-chrm. 3; French Club 3, 4. 

EVELYN HILL 

Piano perfectionist . . . You name it, 
she can play it. 

JV Cheerleader 2; FHA vice pres. 3, 
Pres. 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Major- 
ette 4; Scrapbook Comm. 3; Homeroom 
officer 1, 2, 3. 




EDNA GRACE HOWELL 

"Not a care in the world." 

Glee Club 4; Goldmasquers 2; Home 

Ec. 1, 4. 

LIDIA JACQUELINE HOWELL 

'Jackie" . . . artist . . . "Decorating 
committee again?" 

Stunt Night 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Vice pres. 4; Goldmasquers 1, 2, 3, 
4; N. C. Drama Festival 2; French 
Club 3, 4; Scrapbook comm. 3; Chrm. 
4; Marshal 4; Gohisca Art Ed. 4; 
Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Homeroom of- 
ficer 4. 



MARY ANN HOWELL 

"Complexion . . . that Ivory look." 
"Wilson High School 1, 2; Homeroom 
officer 3, 4; FHA 4; Library Club 4. 

REBECCA JANE HOUSER 

"Becky . . . Don't worry Lynda, I'll 
get you out of class." 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; SA rep. 
1; Reception comm. 1, 2; Stunt Night 
comm. 1; JV cheerleader 2; FHA 2; 
Board of Elections 3; New Hope 
School 3; Calendar comm. 4. 





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JACK DARDEN HUNT 

"/ could spend my life in an airplane." 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Goldmas- 
quers 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; SA rep. 
2, 3, 4. 

BETTY ANN INGRAM 

"Willing worker . . . tiny and smart." 
GAA 1; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; 
Girls' Glee Club 2; Hi News staff 2; 
Jr.-Sr. comm. 3; FHA 3, 4; Mixed 
chorus 4. 



DAN ROGER MILLARD 

Giggle while you can . . . witty. 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; DE 3, 4,. 
Treasurer 4. 

GILBERT ERANKLIN 
JARRELL, JR. 

"fete . . . OK boys, I'm running this 
school now." 

Class pres. 3; JV football 1, 3; Golf 
2, 3, 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; 
Goldmasquers 4; Gohisca staff 3; Stunt 
Night 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 3. 









GLORIA YVONNE JOHNSON 

"Evon" . . . Eyes! . . . "Glory." 
Board of Elections Comm. 3, 4, Chrm. 
4; French Club 4; Stunt Night 3; Song 
Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1; Hi-News 
Staff 3, 4; Ad. Manager 4; Co-Superla- 
tive Ed. of Gohisca 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. 3; Delegate to NCHSPI 4; 
Delegate to CSPA 3, 4; Homeroom of- 
ficer 1, 2, 4. 

MARY FRANCES JOHNSON 

Library "mailman" . . . sweet and shy. 
Marshal 4; Goldmasquers 4; French 
Club 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4; FHA 
3; Library Comm. 4; Sec. and treas. 2, 
Pres. 4; Delegate to District Meeting 
2; Delegate to State Convention 2. 





SUSAN JANE JERNIGAN 

"Petite little genius . . . ambitious." 
Richmond, Va. 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 
4; Gohisca Ad. Staff 4. 

CHARLES WALTER JOHNSON 

Letters to Chowan College . . . 

ley." 

Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Goldmasquers 2; 

"Shepherd's Song" 2; JV Football 2; 

Building and Grounds Comm. 2. 




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JACKIE KASSELL 

"fust tell me where to put the mike 
and I'll have it set up for you." 
Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Goldmasquers 
2, 3, 4; Radio Workshop Head; "Shep- 
herd's Song" 2, 3; Eastern Carolina 
Drama Festival 2, 3; State Drama 
Festival 2, 3. 

DONNIE RAY KENNEDY 

"Cooky" . . . twin . . . animated. 
New Hanover HS 1; JV Football 2; 
Varsity Football 2, 3. 4; Track 3, 4; 
Varsitv Club 3, 4; Stunt Night 3; Band 
2. 3, 4. 



JOHNNIE HUGH KENNEDY 

"Egad! Donnie wore a blue shirt and 
I wore a green one I" 
Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; New Hanover 
HS 1; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; 
Stunt Night 3; Dance Band 3, 4; SA 
rep. 3; GHS Band 2, 3, 4. 

JAN ARDEN KNEIB 

Shrine Bowl . . . Personality plus! . . . 
Athlete. 

JV Football 1, 2; Varsity Football 3, 
4; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4, Pres. 
4; Wrestling 3; Class Vice Pres. 2; 
SA Vice Pres. 3; Board of Elections 
Comm. 1, 2; Goldmasquers 2; "Stalag 
17" 2; NHS 3, 4; NCSCCED 3; Stunt 
Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Ad. Staff Gohisca 
4; French Club 3, 4; Football Co-cap- 
tain 4. 







JAMES SPERGEON LAMM 

"Jimmy" . . . "I can't tell whether the 
noise is in the school bus motor or 
those kids that ride it." 
Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Ad. Editor of 
Gohisca 4; SA Rep.; Freshman Chorus 1. 



BARBARA JANICE 
LANGSTON 




other 



Paint bucket and brush . . 
Rembrandt. 

Latin Club 1, 2; GAA 1, 2; Goldmas- 
quers 2, 3, 4; State Drama Festival 2; 
"Shepherd's Song" 3; Goldmasquer 
Ed. of Gohisca 4; Scrapbook Comm. 2, 
3; Stunt Night 1, 2; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 
3; FHA 4, Pari. 4; Co-Art Director 
of Goldmasquers 3, 4. 



SANDRA LOU KING 

Blonde tresses . . . a quiet personality. 
FHA 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; Vice 
Pres. 4; Library Assistant 4; Homeroom 
officer 3. 

NICOLAS GEORGES KOPP 

Un tres bon garcon — toujours souriant. 
Lycee Corncille — Rouen, S.M. France 1, 
2, 3; Foreign exchange student 4; French 
Club 4; SA Council 4; NHS 4; Dele- 
gate to NCSCC 4. 












BETTY LOU McCLENNY 

"Beautiful tresses . . . sugar and 
spice . . ." 

Wilson 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4. 

BOBBY WHITE McCARTER 

"Hey Pop, Gothic, Bodoni, or what?" 
JV football 1, 2; Varsity football 3; 
DE Club 1, 2; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 
3, 4; Athletic comm. 3. 





BRUCE LUCAS 

"Luce Brucas . . . just aim me toward 
the basketball backboard, boys." 
Misawa High School, Japan 2, 3; Gold- 
masquers 4; "Time Out For Ginger" 
4; Varsity basketball 4; Voice of De- 
mocracy district winner 4. 

WILLIAM HANSON MALPASS 

Yep, the corner of Ash and William is 
my official thumbing station. 
Scrapbook comm. 3; Spanish Club 3, 
4, pres. 4; Goldmasquers 4. 




DANNIE RUTH MacDONALD 

"Guess who got a ring for Christmas?" 
Chief marshal 4; French Club 3, 4; 
Jr.-Sr. comm. 3; Stunt Night 2; Mixed 
Chorus 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; 
Freshman social comm. 1. 

MARY LOUISE McMILLAN 

"Look! Her hair is blushing!" 
Glee Club 1; Mixed chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed ensemble 3; Girls' trio 2, 3, 4; 
2, 3, 4; Girls' ensemble 4; A cappella 
choir 4; French Club 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. 
comm. 3; Stunt Night 2, 3, 4; Home- 
room officer 1. 2, 3; "Shepherd's Song" 
2; Goldmasquers 2. 



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BETTY SUE MEADOWS 

"Susie" . . . "Wait'll she turns her 
head; then I'll meet you in the hall." 
Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4; Custodian 2, 3, 4; 
ECDF 2, 3; SDF 3; FHA State Con- 
vention; Our Heritage; Shepherds Song; 
Young Mans Fancy; Man Called Peter; 
Time Out For Ginger. 

CECIL LEE MILLS 

"Seldom heard but often thought of." 
Band 3, 4. 




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WILLIAM MERRETTE 
MOORE, JR. 

"Tennis Pro" . . . "Whew! That yankee 
accent." 

JV Football 1, 2; JV Basketball 1; V. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; V. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; 
Hi News Adv. Staff 2; Stunt Nite 
Comm. 2; SA Rep. 1, 2; Gohisca Adv. 
Staff 3. 

WILLIAM EDWARD MOORE 

DO 3, 4; Industrial Arts. 



HURON RAY NORRIS 

Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3. 

BENJAMIN MARRINER 
O'NEAL JR. 

V. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom 
Officer 3. 





ADDIE LENORA PATE 

"Lee-nor" Maybe I'll get my drivers 
license by 1965 ! 

GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1; Stunt nite 
comm. 1; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; French 
Club 3, 4; Marshal 4; Hi News Staff 
2, 3, 4; Business Mgr. 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. State Play Day 2; CSPA 4. 

HILDA MORRAN PEARSALL 

"Mam" . . . "What makes you think 
Sheila, Louise and I are sisters?" 
Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed Ensemble 2, 3; Girls' Ensemble 
4; Girls' Trio 2, 3, 4; A cappella 
choir 4; "Shepherd's Song" 2; Jr.-Sr. 
comm. 3; Goldmasquers 2, 4; Home- 
room officer 1, 2. 





ERED POPE PARKER III 

"Pope" . . . "Now Mrs. Irby, I'm SOT 
arguing, I just want to know . . ." 
Varsity football 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sportsmanship 
award 4; Varsity Club 4; Goldmasquers 
2, 3, 4, Business mgr. 3; Latin Club 
1, 2, 3; French Club 3, 4, Marshal 4 
NHS 4, Treasurer 4; SA Comms. 1, 4 
Gohisca Mgr. Ed. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 
Stunt nite comm. 1, 2, 3. 

JAMES KENNETH PARKER 

"I'm NOT just sitting here idly; I'm 
watching the world go by." 
SA Rep. 1; Stunt nite 1, 2, 3; Wres- 
tling i. 3, 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3; 
Spanish XZlub 3, 4; "Cuckoos on the 
Hearth"; "Tekel"; "Pullman Car Hia- 
watha"; "What Men Live By"; Hi 
News Staff 2; ECDF 3; SDF 3; SA 
Representative 4. 




MARY JANE PEMBERTON 

"Vernie . . . Panic! St. Mary' s bound." 
Social comm. 2; Latin Club 1, 2; French 
Club 3, 4; Goldmasquers 2, 3, Rec. sec. 
3; "A Man Called Peter" 3; "Shep- 
herd's Song" 1, 2, 3; NCDF 2, 3; 
Class Gohisca ed. 3; Asst. Gohisca ed. 
4; Jr.-Sr. comm. 3; Recpt. comm. 3, 4; 
Chrm. 4; JV cheerleader 2; Stunt 
Night 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-chrm. 4; NCSPI 
4; Gohisca ad. staff 3; Quill and Scroll 4. 

BILLY JACK PHIFER JR. 

"Pifer . . . a little bit of shyness." 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Foot- 
ball 2; Building and halls chrm. 4; 
Stunt Night 3; Jr.-Sr. comm. 3- 





CAROLYN GERALDINE 
POTTER 

"Dean" . . . "Corny 1 s just bound to be 
around here somewhere I" 
Homeroom officer 3, 4; Goldmasquers 
2; Spanish Club 3; Calendar Comm. 
3; Marshal 4; Assistant Chief 4. 

SYLVIA SUE PRINCE 

Susie's partner . . . actress . . . bound 
to have fun! 

Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4; Custodian 3; 
Executive Board 3, 4; "Our Heritage" 
2; "A Man Called Peter" 3; "Cuckoos 
On The Hearth"; "Tekel" 3; Eastern 
Carolina Drama Festival 2, 3; N. C. 
Drama Festival 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3. 



BOBBY REAVES 

"Anybody want a singing telegram?" 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum major 4; Gen- 
eral Math Club 4, Pres. 4; Visual Aids 
Comm. 4; Chrm. 4; Goldmasquers 4. 

CLIFTON RENN 

"Cliff" . . . mischievous . . . minute. 
Radio 1; DO 1, 2; Industrial Arts 1. 






ANNE ROBERTS 

Beautiful blue eyes and a pert little 

nose. 

DE Club 3, 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 

3, 4. 

NANNIE CAROLYN ROLLINS 

SAe tickles the keys of a piano and it 
laughs in beautiful harmony. 
Goldmasquers 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 
3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 4; Class Pianist 
1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
N. C. State Play Day 1, 2, 3; NHS 
3, 4, Pres. 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; "Shepherd's 
Song" 2; Marshal 4; Gohisca Art Staff 
and typist 4; SA Rep. 3; Class Treas- 
urer 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4. 



HAYWOOD JARRELL 
ROLLINS 

"One thing' s certain . . . a good happy 
laugh is always in style." 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1; Stunt Night 1; DE 3; Social coram. 2. 

PAUL CEDRIC ROSE 

"Ceddie" . . . "Lead me to the scrap 
iron !" 

Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Gold- 
masquers 2, 3, 4; House mgr. 2; "Shep- 
herd's Song" 3; "White Doe" 3; 
"Cuckoos on the Hearth" 3; Home- 
room officer 3, 4; SA rep. 2; Rec. 
coram, chrm. 4; Stunt Night 2, 3, 4; 
NCSDF 3; Gohisca ad. staff 4. 






LLOYD GRAHAM ROYALL 

"Aw-w-w, it' ' s easy to sell pansy plants." 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Gold- 
masquers 2, 3; Stunt Night 1; Jr.-Sr. 
comm. 3; State Drama festival 3; "Shep- 
herd's Song" 2, 3; "House of Juke" 3; 
SA rep. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PATRICIA ANN SASSER 

"C'mon /all, you can yell better than 
that." 

Varsity cheerleader 3, 4, Head 4; Stunt 
Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; SA comm. 
chrm. 1; Class Gohisca ed. 2; Snap- 
shot ed. 4; Jr.-Sr. comm. 3; Home- 
room officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Class sec. 4; 
SA rep. 1, 2, 3, 4; ENCSCC 3; FHA 
1; Exchange ed. Hi. News 4; NHS 4; 
Quill and Scroll 4; CSPA 4. 



PRESTON DELANO SAVAGE 

"/ tell you, man, too much work is 
bad for one's soul." 

DE Club 3; Building and grounds 
comm. 3. 

ROY ALLEN SAVAGE 

"Dennis the Menace . . . narrator ex- 
traordinary!" 

Stunt Night 1; DE 3, 4, assoc. pres. 4; 
Goldmasquers 1, 2; Glee Club 1; SA 
rep. 3; Grounds comm. chrm. 4. 




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JANE NORFLEET SMITH 

"Hie" . . . stately . . . "Where are my 

shoes?" 

Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; 

Goldmasquers 2, 3; Business Manager 

3; Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Co-chrm. 4 

Marshal 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3 

Stunt Night 1, 2, 3; "Shepherd's Song' 

2, 3; Gohisca Ad. Staff 3, Business 
Manager 4; NCSPI 4. 

JAMES HILLIARD SMITH 

"Jimmy" . . . "If it has wires I'm 
interested in it." 

Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4; Class Council 
Rep 4; Stunt Night 2, 3, 4; Eastern 
Carolina Drama Festival 3, 4; N. C. 
Drama Festival 3, 4; Master Electrician 

3, 4; "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3; "A Man 
Called Peter" 3; "White Doe" 3; 
"Stalag 17" 2. 



MARGIE SMITH 

Vividness personified!' 
Homeroom officer 1; DE Club 4. 

MARY LYNNE 
SOUTHERLAND 

"Leon" . . ■ "Y'all, guess what?" 
Homeroom officer 1, 2; French Club 
3, 4; Goldmasquers 2; Stunt Night 2, 
3; Hi-News Advertising Staff 4; Go- 
hisca Ad. Staff 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3. 







BETTY STARLING 

"Well, I am rather partial to black 
Fords. Why?" 

Glee Club 1; Girls Chorus 2; Mixed 
Chorus 3, 4. 

ROBERT BRUCE STELLY 

"My car or a Cadillac? Why I'd take 
my-uh, well, on second thought — " 
Glee Club 3. 



JOHN LONNIE STEVENSON 

Speed typist . . . tall, dark and . . . 
Band 3, 4; Homeroom officer 3, 4. 

TRUETT STITH 

"Know anybody I can hold a door 

open for?" 

Goldmasquers; DE 1; DO 1. 










MARY ELIZABETH STEWART 

"Mary-lbba" . . . demure . . . petite 
Homeroom officer 1, 2; Glee Club 1; 
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; SA Rep. 3; Jr.- 
Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; 
Recording Sec. 4; State Music Festi- 
val 1, 2, 3. 

ARTHUR HUGH STILL 

"Yes, I think I'll leave now." 
Goldmasquers 3, 4; Wrestling 1. 



DOROTHY LARUE 
STRICKLAND 

A ready friend . . . always smiling. 
Homeroom officer 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. 3; Gohisca Staff 4; Glee Club 
1, 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4. 

TIM STRICKLAND 

"All imps are angels at heart." 
Math Club 4. 






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MARIE STRICKLAND 

Band of gold . . . warm personality. 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2; SA Rep. 1, 2; FHA 1; DE 3, 4. 

THELMA TAYLOR 

"Sunglasses" . . . industrious . . . neat. 
Alabama 1, 2, 3; GHS 4; Mixed 
Chorus 4. 



JIMMY RAY THOMPSON 

"T^e best thing about driving a school 
bus is the fire minutes out of class." 
Goldmasquers 2, 3; Track 3, 4; Var- 
sity Club 3, 4; JV Basketball 1; Bus 
Driver 4. 

WILLIAM EARL THOMPSON 

"A husky hunk of man." 

Goldmasquers 4; Printing 1; Industrial 
Arts 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1. 






CLEMENT WILLIAMS 
TWIFORD 



'Clemr. 



"Girls? Lead me to 



JV Football 1, 2; JV Basketball 2; V. 
Football 3, 4; Track 3; Golf 2, 3, 4; 
Flag Comm. 2; SA Rep. 1, 2; Wres- 
tling 3; Goldmasquers 2, 3; Varsity 
Club 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 4; Adv. Staff 
Gohisca 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM ALFORD VIDUNAS 

"Thank goodness — my name is finally 
spelled correctly'." 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; 
Goldmasquers 2; Lost and Found 
Comm. 1; NC Band Clinic 3. 






BENNY W. WALKER 

L'il lavender Ford . , . globe-hotter. 
Henderson High School 1; Stanford 
High School 2; Sacramento High School 
3; Goldsboro High School 4. 

JOHN BAXTER WATTS, JR. 

"Who says brains aren't an asset?" 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lt. 2; Dance 
Band 2, 3; SA Rep. 1, 2; Social Comm. 
1; Constitution Comm 1; Stunt Night 
2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Golf 3, 
4; Marshal 4. 







VERNON WEBB 

Always interested . . . speaks his mind. 
GoliJmasquers 3, 4; "Shepherd's Song" 
3; "House of Juke" 3; Eastern Caro- 
lina Drama Festival 3; N. C. Drama 
Festival 3; Basketball 1, 2; Football 
manager 1, 3; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3; Jr.- 
Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Homeroom officer 

1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROSA LEE CUTHRELL WEST 

Always ready to laugh! 
GAA 1, 2; State Play Day 1; Stunt 
Night 1, 2; French Club 4; FHA 1; 
Hi-News Feature Ed. 2; Alumni Ed. 3, 
4; Ad. Staff 3, 4; Gohisca Ad. Staff 

2, Reception Comm. 2, Assembly Comm. 
3; Calendar Comm. 4; Homeroom of- 
ficer 1, 2, 3. 



LINDA ANN WESTBROOK 

Dukes . . . a pretty and friendly smile. 
Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Sec. 2; Chrm. of Comm. 2; SA Rep. 1, 
2, 4; Social Comm. 3, 4; Stunt Night 
1, 2, 4; Gohisca Ad. Staff 4; Jr.-Sr. 
Dec. Comm. 3. 

BILLY RAY WIGGINS 

"Cartoon" . . . witty . . . "It was J. C. 
not me, Coach." 

JV Football 1, 2, 3; JV Basketball 2; 
Varsity Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Var- 
sity Club 3, 4; Hi-News Staff 2; Stunt 
Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Goldmasquers 3, 4; 
"Shepherd's Song" 3", Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. 3; Spanish Club 3; Wrestling 
3; Boys Athletic Comm. 1; Eastern 
Carolina Drama Festival 3. 








BETTY JEAN WILLIAMS 

Talented with a beautiful voice. 
Devotional Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1; 
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 
3; GAA 1; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; 
Goldmasquers 2; Homeroom officer 1, 
2, 3. 

NELL MARIE WILLIAMS 

Neat . . . Betty' s partner. 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Flagbearer 1, 2, 3; 
Majorette 4; Gohisca Ad. Staff 3; FHA 
1; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; As- 
sembly Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm 3; 
"Shepherd's Song" 3. 



BETTY JEAN WOOD 

"Betsy" . . . tiny . . . friendly as a 
pup. 

DE Club 4; FHA 1, 2; Freshman 
Chorus 1. 

EDNA ANNE WOOD 

Immaculate . . . dependable. 

Homeroom officer 1, 2; FHA 2, 3, 

Officer 3. 





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WOODCOCK 

Barbara' s buddy . . . amiable. 

Hi-News Staff 3, 4; Homeroom officer 

1, 2, 3, 4. 

AGNES VIVIAN LAWLER 

"Swak" . . . "No thanks, I'm on a 
diet." 

Latin Club 1, 2; GAA 1, 2; Social 
Comm. 1, 2, 3, Chrm. 3; Homeroom 
officer 1, 2, 3; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; 
JV Cheerleader 2; Goldmasquers 2; 
"Shepherd's Song" 2; Jr.-Sr. Dec. 
Comm. 3; Gohisca Ad. Ed. 4; Hi-News 
Staff 3, 4; Sports Ed. 3; Make-up Ed. 
4; French Club 3, 4; International Rela- 
tions Comm. Chrm. 4; AFS Exchange 
student 3; NCSPI 4; SA Council 2, 
3, 4. 



Class History 



Four years ago we had our first look at GHS, and that year as Freshmen we par- 
ticipated in Stunt Night with our "Dennis the Menace" theme. Though our stunt didn't 
win, we felt proud of our first class-wide project. 

Our Sophomore year we met with better success and won the coveted Stunt Night 
with our portrayal of "Julius Caesar." 

As a special treat for the seniors, we took them on a visit to Fantasy Land via our 
Junior-Senior. Everything was strictly according to that wonderland, even the cotton 
candy trees, the peppermint flowers and the lollipop shrubs. 

Of course our Senior Year was filled with the necessary order blanks for calling 
cards and invitations, but we still found time to work on Stunt Night and again came 
up with an original and entertaining theme. 

As we slowly walk from the doors of GHS, we seem to realize all at once that, 
truly, the most wonderful days of our life are slowly coming to an end, and that the 
more serious days are ahead. Years from now as we look back and recall the happiest 
moments of our lives, GHS and the classmates of '57 will be among our fondest 
memories. 



Class A^isor 



Many thanks to the advisor of the class of 1957, Mrs. Esther Lee Cox Irby, who was 
an ever present help to us throughout our final year at GHS. 

Her job was most certainly not an easy one and many were the times she worried 
over a stray pansy plant, an unbalanced invitation order or a last minute Stunt Night 
theme. 

It was only with her help and guidance that the class of '57 became a class to be 
remembered in the halls of GHS. 



Class of 1957 





Class Song 



Colors 



(Tune: When Irish Eyes Are Smiling) 

We're the class of '57 

0--f dear old G.H.S. 

In everything we do, 

We will strive to do our best. 

As we go along together 

We will keep our standards high, 

And we'll always have our rose 

For we'll never let it die. 

Our motto tie will cherish. 
It will always be our goal. 
We will folloiv it forever, 
And we 11 never let it go. 
Our colors red and white 
Through all weather they will last. 
All the years we'll stick together 
The dear old senior class. 



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Red Rose 



Motto 



"We strive for victory 
and accept not defeat.'' 



Prophecy 



New York's Bowery 
February 4, 1965 

As I sit here on the curbstone, smoking my two cent cee-gar and looking about me 
at the limited scenes of Skidrow, I can't help but think back to those dear carefree, 
careless days with my 1957 classmates at good ole G.H.S. 

Being Queen of the Bums, I seldom have a chance to associate with those I knew 
then, but in many ways I keep up with them. 

For instance, the other day my bare foot and the pavement got a little too close to 
each other, and so I picked a newspaper up from the gutter to patch my shoe with and 
who should I see right in the front page picture? Why that famous game hunter Paul 
"Get-em-before-they-get-you" Grantham. He had just returned from a trip to deepest 
Africa and brought back a few rare animals. Accompanying P. A. on the trip were Bob 
Haskins (who was Chief Safari Foreman), Bobby Bizzell who was Chief Scout, since 
he had such a good view from his now 7 foot 6 inch height), and Pete Jarrell (who 
was Chief Wardrobe Man, and who personally clothed all the natives from his own 
bountiful closet). 

As my eyes scanned the page, my attention was drawn to a story headlined "Girl 
Finally Gets Man," and who should that story be about but Agnes Lawler and Lloyd 
Gurley! According to the paper, Lloyd invented the world's first atomic powered razor 
for use in Agnes's barber shop, and then skipped the country before telling Aggie the 
formula- for making it work just right. In the meantime, she had accidentally mowed 
down H. B. Carter, Malcolm Blackman, and Reba Grice. 

Flipping over to the society page, I read about a gala fete held at the White House 
last week-end, in honor of Lenora Pate, ambassadoress to Lower Slobbovia. Many dig- 
nitaries attended including Secretary of Deterior, Mary Bea Heeden, Secretary of the 
Secretary of Deterior, Dorsett Clement, Vice President of the U. S., Roy Savage, and his 
songstress friend, Betty Jean Williams, and of course President and Mrs. Tom Strickland. 
Mary Frances Johnson was caterer for the affair. 

Further down the page I noted the hospital news which stated the admittance of Jill 
Game. Jill was diced up into bite-sized pieces while trying to teach Macbeth to the 
natives of the Congo. In spite of the suggestion that they leave her in her present state 
(2,629 bite-size pieces) and let her spend the rest of her life on a Chinese Checker 
Board, Jill is valiantly trying to pull herself together. 



Turning the page, I noticed an advertisement of a forthcoming movie "This South 
of Mine," co-starring Colonel Tommy Brown, Esq., and that famous screen beauty, 
Billy Herring. The fine print at the bottom of the ad stated that ushers for the two 
performances would be Sheila Edwards, Cornelia Hales, Geraldine Potter, and Raymond 
Allen, while popcorn would be sold by Dannie Ruth MacDonald. Jackie Howell was to 
sell the salt. Also, at the very bottom, extremely small print said "This ad was sold by 
Jane-Hie- Smith; business manager of almost anything." 

The editorial page carried three fine editorials; the first dealing with the Hendersonian 
Institute which recently opened in Washington, D. C. John Henderson, former Class 
of '57 mate, opened it as an outlet for all the many wrestling trophies he has received 
throughout these last few years. Special tribute was given to chief trophy polisher, 
Pudgie Farmer, who keeps all the brass shining. 

The second editorial remarked about the extremely high taxes of today. Many people 
it said, would doubtlessly hold back their money, if it weren't for the head of the tax 
department, Patsy Sasser, who always could get money from anybody. 

The last editorial on the page commended Goldsboro business woman Carolyn Rollins 
who is making such a name for herself in the manufacturing world. For those of you 
who haven't kept up with the business scene, Carolyn makes and sells wax candles 
for use in N.H.S. tappings. She is really making a hit since she has finally found a 
way to prevent those who are tapped from being singed or scalded by dripping candle 
wax. 

Scanning the sports page I read Bill's Build-up, a column by "Giant Boddie," and 
learned that the two top pro-basketball teams in the U. S. were about to clash for the 
Championship. Bill Moore, captain of one of the teams, seemed pretty confident since 
his manager, Bill Allen (Hajie) had hired a few of his followers to be scorekeepers 
and timekeepers. Bruce Lucas, captain of the other team, felt that his team would have 
little 'chance to win, were it not for the grand support of his private cheering squad, 
led by Edith Bell. 

Turning to the International News, I saw that Nicky Kopp had sent his private plane 
over from Rouen, France, to the states in order to fly a few of his classmates from 
G.H.S. over for his graduation party. From all accounts it seemed that everyone who 
attended had a wonderful time. 

It seems as if every one in my class has done well for themselves — everyone except 
me. I think I shall go to see Dr. William George Crawford tomorrow, and be 
psychoanalyzed. He's helped so many down-and-outers, perhaps there is hope for me 
too! 

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Adrene Andrews 
Ethel Asbury 
David Ayock 




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Marjorie Bryan 
Jimmy Bundy 
Ray Bunn 






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Benny Capps 
Colton Carawan 
Terry Carr 



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Virginia Cherry 
Claud Cogdell 
Bobby Cotton 
Margaret Coward 



Christine Creech 
Ann Davis 
Robert Davis 
George Davis 




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Tommy Davis 
Shelby Deans 
Gene Denning 













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Edna Dickens 
Jimmy Eason 
Jimmy R. Eason 




Carolyn Edgerton 
David Edgerton 
Jimmy Edmunson 
Jerry Ellis 



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Hubert Ellison 
Vernon Elmore 
Cora Ezze 
Edward Ezze 




Annette Hamm 
Ray Harris 
Branson Harrison 
Rhesa Hart 



Donald Hartley 
Peggy Harvell 
Barbara Heath 
Nannie Hines 



Pat Hollingsworth 
Edward Howell 
Lidia Holmes 
Kay Hood 




Rachal Kearney 
Nita Keel 
Geraldine Kephart 
Kenneth Killette 



Joyce Kleinert 
Judy Kleinert 
Margaret Knight 
Lynette Lambert 



Pete Lane 
Dottie Lassiter 
Drucilla Lindsay 
Mary P. Long 




Newton Matthews 
Bobby McCarter 
Jimmy Mclntyre 
Gayle McClenny 



Deets McCuIlen 
Julian Mercer 
Joyce Mitchell 
Rose Mitchell 



Henry Mixon 
Beatrice Moore 
Tommy Moore 
Mary A. Morris 




James Mouton 
Cellie Oliver 
Jimmy O'Tuel 
Ronnie Otwel 




Woody Shepard 
Jerome Sherry 
Olin Slater 
Sistie Smith 



Elizabeth Sneeden 
Frank Southerland 
Alice Starling 
Sylvia Stevens 



Gloria Stewart 
Gale Strickland 
Robert Stroud 
Wilbert Sullivan 









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George Summerlin 
Cloyce Sutton 
Wilma Sutton 
Dicky Taylor 




Mac Taylor 
Wayne Thompson 
Bob Til ley 
Margaret Turner 



David Van Hoy 
Nancy Waldrop 
Susan Walker 
Banks Wallace 



Benny Ward 
Louis Weil 
Norma Wharton 
Gladys Strickland 




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Polly Wiggins 
Walter Wiggin 
Max Wilkinson 
Betty Williams 



Judy Williams 
Sarah Williams 
Sylvia Williford 
W. H. Williford 





Raymond Yelverton 



Gladys Wood 
Lena Wood 
Wallace Wood 
Annette Worrell 



Miss Eleanor Simpson 
Junior Class Advisor 




Class of 1958 




Class Song 

To Goldsboro High the school ue love 
The Junior Class now brings to you 
Our motto which we hold above all 

other deeds we'll strive to do 
As we unfold our colors fair, the 

lavender and the white 
So we set forth to do and dare and 

keep them always shining bright. 
This rose so noble and serene, inspires 

us to our greater deeds 
Alay its pure white keep our hearts clean, 

to always folloiv where it leads 
We give our school, our town, and state 
Our loyalty while ue may live 
Think not the class of '38 
Shall ever take and never give. 



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White Rose 

Motto 

Knowledge is just a treasure; 
practice is the key to it all. 




Play while you work! 



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Five minute break between classes! 



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RAINE REMSBURG President 

BARBARA TROUTMAN Vice President 

LINDA PRICE Secretary 

CHUCK CLARKE Treasurer 

JO ELLIS '. Parliamentarian 







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Maxine Brantham 
Cecil Bruton 
David Bryan 
Judy Burch 
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Peggy A. Capps 
Linda Cardwell 
Beverly Carmack 
Betty L. Carter 
Niven Carter 



Patsy Carter 
Richard Carter 
Rita Case 
Lois Casey 
Barbara J. Caulk 



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Anderson 


Benny 


Avery 


Ronald 


Barrow 


Dennis 


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Don Bell 


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Rudy 


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Benny 


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Helen 


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Emmy L. Chalk 
Linwood E. Cherry 
Chuck Clarke 
Hubert Coalson 
Margaret Coor 



Leon Couch 
Donald Cross 
Edward Crumpler 
Shelvie Crumpler 
Faye Culbreth 



J. C. Davis 
John Davis 
Kaye Davis 
Margaret Davis 
Sarah L. Davis 



Voyad Davis 
Whiley Davis 
Janet Dawson 
Ilze Dombrovskis 
Pete Donley 









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Billy Flora 
James Forehand 
Sandra Franklin 
Donnie Frederick 
Bobby Friend 



Jean Fulghum 
Pat Gallagher 
Sandra Garris 
June Garriss 
Bailey Gates 



Norwood Eason 
Charles Edens 
Jerry Edgerton 
Betty Edwards 
Harvey Edwards 



Don Ellis 
Jo Ellis 
Phis Ellis 
Clarence Ellison 
Dennis Evans 



Charlotte Fairdoth 
Alice Farmer 
Kenneth Farmer 
Mickey Farmer 
Helen Faust 




Regina Gerhardth 
Alice Ginn 
Janice Gore 
Romona Grant 
Tommy Grant 



Cecilia Gray 
Dennis Gregory 
Sandra Gurley 
Anna F. Gwaltney 
Kenneth Hagen 



LeMoore Hairr 
Katherine Hales 
Irvin Hales 
David Ham 
Dean Harrell 




Joy Harrington 
Sally Harris 
Beth Harrison 
Janice Haskins 
John Heath 



Linda Heath 
Richard Helms 
Alice Henderson 
Janice Herring 
Dorothy Hines 




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Henerietta Hines 
Billy Hinson 
Dell Hocutt 
Betsy Holland 
Faye Home 




Edward Howell 
Leslie Howell 
Evelyn Hubbard 
Nan Hutt 
Barbara Ingram 



Rudy Jinnette 
Cecilia Jernigan 
Jerry Johnson 
Larry Jones 
Lynda Jones 



Sophronia Jordan 
Troy Jordan 
Jimmy Kennedy 
Freddy Kilian 
Lottie Lamm 




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Caryl J. Moore 
Peggy Moore 
Jimmy Mooring 
Evelyn Morton 
Faye Motley 



Kaye Motley 
Patricia Mozingo 
Bill Munden 
Ronnie Murphy 
Ed Musgrave 



Dave Lane 

Mary Lewis 

Philip Littleton 

Lora Long 

Margaret A. McArthur 



Bill McClenny 
Joe McLawhon 
Gordan McMillian 
Glenn Mason 
Eddie Medford 




Jean Mercer 
Betsy Merrit 
Michael Merritt 
Donald Mitchell 
Carol F. Moore 



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Ann Parks 
Gayle Paschall 
Chuck Pate 
Bobby Peacock 
Frank Pearsall 



William Pearsall 
Kenneth Pearson 
Ray Penuel 
Frank Pittard 
Judith Pollock 



Tommy Powell 
Mary Jane Poole 
Mary C. Prestwood 
Linda Price 
Rose Price 



Jo Ann Newell 
Evelyn Newsome 
Alice Nickens 
Lloyd Noel 
Bobby O'Daniel 



Adrian Overbee 
B. J. Overbee 
Jerry Parker 
Mary Jo Parker 
Susan Parker 




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Wayne Price 
Wendy Prince 
Maxton Radford 
Bobby Dan Reaves 
Kitty Reid 



Raine Remsburg 
Imogene Rhodes 
Sonny Riggs 
Kenneth Rollins 
Margaret Seymour 



Henry Sherard 
Barbara Shirley 
Pat Shumate 
Edna Sills 
Franklin Smith 



India Smith 
Rebecca Smith 
Arthur Smoot 
Joyce Spence 
Carol Stewart 



Joyce Tyndall 
Ann Uzzell 
Mary Hugh Waldrop 
Linda Walker 
Jacky Ward 



Larry Ward 
Dottie Warrick 
Lou Ellen Warrick 
Fay Watson 
Ray Watson 



Dosia Stewart 
Ben Strickland 
Linda Strickland 
Judy Summerlin 
Nellie Summerlin 




Barbara Taylor 
Jean Taylor 
Mary Terry 
Katherine Thompson 
Len Thompson 



Mae Thompson 
Margaret Thompson 
Jack Tilley 
Barbara. Troutman 
DeWayne Turnage 




Sammy Watson 
Jeanette Webb 
Barbara Wellons 
James Wei I man 
Carolyn Whaley 



Judy Whitley 
Carolyn Wiley 
Roger Wise 
Dorothy Woodard 
Janet Woodley 




MISS INA MIXON 
Advisor 



Class of 7959 




Class Song 



(Tune: Anywhere I Wander) 

We are the Sophomores of old G.H.S. 
Until the day that ends our lives 
We'll try to do our best. 

Green and white we cherish 
White carnations, too. 
We'll strive to perfect, to learn, 
to serve. 

Our spirits rise as we lift our eyes 
To the future now unseen. 
But let us fight with all our might, 
And on God our hopes will lean. 

Our class we are proud of, 
We shall go to the top. 
For we're the class of '59 
What we start, we'll never stop. 



Colors 



Green and White 



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Carnation 



Motto 



We strive to perfect, 
to learn, and to serve. 




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BILL CROW President 

FAYE GRIFFIN Vice President 

BEVERLY GRIFFIN Secretary 

BOBBY LAMBERT Treasurer 



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Cawanua Adcock 
Geraldine Aldridgc- 
Elizabeth Andrews 
Pat Andrews 



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Vernon Ashe 
David Askins 
Earl Aycock 
Nelson Aycock 
Philip Baddour 



Sue Bagwell 
F. Arant 
Georgia Bain 
Sandra Baker 
Myrtle Barwick 



Barbara Bass 
Frances Bass 
Sandra Batten 
Janice Batten 
Ann Beckworth 




Virginia Beckshaw 
Linda Bell 
Claude Benton 
Kenny Benton 
Barbara Best 



Eleanor Best 
Jerry Best 
Patsy Best 
Elma Blackwell 
Linda Boyd 



Delmas Boyette 
Kenneth Braswell 
Tommy Bridgers 
Brenda Brown 
Sandra Brown 



David Buck 
Jackie Bulluck 
Tony Bunn 
Wayne Burris 
Micky Burroughs 



Kenneth Butler 
Cy Campen 
Bob Jennette 
Lavee Capps 
Marion Carr 



Jimmy Davis 
Mimi Dawson 
Bennett Denmark 
Douglas Mitchell 
Cooper Edmondson 



Jack Edwards 
Durwood Mills 
Ricky Edwards 
Julia Elmore 
Joyce Evans 










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Margaret Carroll 
Joyce Carter 
Ronnie Coalson 
Johnny Coley 
Lucille Coward 



Linda Crawford 
Charles Croom 
Bill Crow 
Gene Crow 
Jimmy Culbreth 



Linda Dale 
Foy Daniels 
Frances Daniels 
Carl Chalk 
Harry Davis 




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Norwood Evans 
Carolyn Everhart 
Bobby Ezzell 
Edward Ezzell 
Billy Travis 



Julian Ezzell 
Jo Ann Faircloth 
Frances Farmer 
Nancy Farmer 
Sue Fox 



Patricia Freeman 
Billy Friend 
Ruby Game 
Jonny Getsinger 
Annette Gladden 




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John David Grady 
Ann Grant 
Gerald Grant 
H. T. Grantham 
Pat Grice 



Faye Griffin 
Lynda Griffin 
Carolyn Gufford 
Betty Hadden 
Marion Hales 




Peggy Hall 
A. J. Hamm 
Richard Hamm 
Ruth Hare 
Bert Harrell 



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James Hatch 
Betty Hawley 
Billy Heath 
Bobby Heath 
Bobby Herring 



James Herring 
Jean Herring 
Christine Hill 
Bobby Hinson 
Betsy Holloman 



Melvin Hooker 
Bill R. Hooks 
Buddy Horton 
Gene Howe 
Gaynell Mitchell 



Margaret Howell 
Joyce Hudson 
Ben Hughes 
R. B. Hunt 
Charles Jarrell 




Judy Johnson 
Ruth Ellen Johnson 
Ann James 
Allan Jones 
Charles Jones 



Jimmy Keen 
Audrey Killett 
Judy LaMay 
Bobby Lambert 
Frances Lane 



Betsy Leach 
Charles Leder 
Donnie Lewis 
William Lewis 
Barbara Linden 






Jimmy Little 
Martha Lockey 
David Lucas 
Patricia Lundell 
Donna Mabry 



Betsy Matthis 
Pat Mayo 
Bernice McCarter 
Faye McDonald 
Kinnon McLamb 



Sylvia McMillan 
Sammie Meadows 
Frankie Medlin 
Betty Mercer 
Steve Metts 




William Mitchell 
Linda Monsees 
Mary Mozingo 
Pamela Mumford 
Sammy Murphy 



Joyce Murray 
Libby Murray 
Charlotte Nash 
Darrell Nelson 
Jimmy Nelson 



Ethelene Newson 
Jack Nunn 
David Odom 
Tim O'Keefe 
Billy O'Neal 



Billy Overbee 
Tony Owens 
Connie Page 
Marie Pate 
Rose Pate 



David Peacock 
Jean Pearman 
William Pearman 
George Parrish 
Richard Pelt 



Dan Perry 
Doris Perry 
Jimmy Philips 
John Pope 
Joyce Pope 








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Ginnie Rivenbark 
Faye Rowe 
Raye Rowe 
Betty H. Sasser 
Betty J. Sasser 



Nancy Sasser 
Sherrill Sasser 
Craig Sewell 
Danny Shepherd 
Bill Shirley 



Rose Potts 
Edna Potter 
Kenneth Powell 
Olivia Powell 
Pat Powell 



Evonne Price 
Ralph Quinn 
Carolyn Raynor 
Linda Raynor 
Carol Register 



Clafton Register 
Douglas Register 
Worth Register 
Doris Rich 
James Richter 




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Ann Smith 
Douglas Smith 
Jimmy Smith 
Kay Smith 





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Charles Snipes 
Larry Snipes 
Charles Jones 
Peggy Jo Stephenson 
Frances Still 



Evys Stith 
Robert Stocks 
John Stone 
Helen Strickland 
Ann Denning 




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Mike Stroud 
Donald Sutton 
Hal Tanner 
Jesse Murray 
Gene Thorton 







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Howard Triplette 
Pat Turlington 
Marion Turnage 
Raeford Turnage 
Bobby Turner 







Linda Tyndall 
Tommy Tyndall 
Lula Belle Underwood 
Kenneth Vanhoy 
Bobby Varner 



Frances Vinson 
Tommy Vinson 
Lorraine Wade 
Carl Wadsworth 
Wilson Ward 



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Ronnie Watson 
Zell Webb 
Fred West 
Graham West 
Denny Wheeler 





Zelda Wiggins 
Ann Wilkinson 
Charles Williams 
Charles T. Williams 
Gene Williams 








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Dixie Williford 
Edward Williford 
Jane Williford 
Billy Wise 
Jimmy Wise 



Linda Travis 
Larry Carr 
Butch Chennault 
Sara Wood 
Josephine Woodard 



J. T. Ingram 
Bobby Hare 
Reanonia Gurley 
John Lynch 



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MRS. BALKUM 

Advisor 



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Superlatives 



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Most Talented 

CAROLYN ROLLINS KENNETH GINN 




Wittiest 
PATSY SASSER BILL WIGGINS 





Best Looking 
JANET BARFIELD PETE JARRELL 




Best Personality 
EDITH BELL P. A. GRANTHAxM 





Most Likely to Succeed 
JILL GAME TOMMY BROWN 





Best All-'Round 
ATHRYN CRUMPLER BILL HERRING 




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MISS ELIZABETH GRANT 



Corresponding Secretary 

JANET BAREIELD 



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Henry Garris — Room 1A 
Linda Price — Room 3 
Bobby Peacock — Room 5 
Hilda Flowe — Room 6 
Clarence Ellison — Room 8 
Betty Faircloth — Room 9 
Wanna Clayton — Room 10 
Pat Gallagher — Room 1 1 
Nan Hutto — Room 12 
Virginia Cherry — Room 13 
Edith Bell— Room 14 
Bobby Cotton — Room 1 5 
Jimmy Parker — Room 16 
Kay Hood — Room 18 
Georgia Cobb — Room 19 
Marjorie Bryan — Room 20 
Jill Game — Room 21 
Ann Uzzell — Room 22 
Betsy Holloman — Room 91 




Representatives 

Rita Case — Room 23 
Jean Taylor — Room 24 
Raymond Yelverton — Room 25 
Nicholas Kopp — Room 19 
Faye Griffin — Vice President 
Barbara Troutman — Vice President 
Richard Moore — Vice President 
Tommy Brown — Vice President 
Ann Parks — Room 1 
iMargaret Carroll — Room 2 
Jimmy Wise — Room 4 
Beverly Griffin — Room 7 
Darryl Nelson— Room 1C 
Sandra Brown — Room 17 
Dixie Williford— Gym 
Ricky Edwards — Gym 
Wilson Ward — Room 92 
Danny Sheperd — Room 93 




Janet Woodley 
Mrs. Yelverton 



Lou Ann Best 
Mr. Roberts 



Linda Franks 
Mr. Britton 






Jimmy O'Tuel 
Mr. Blysak 



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Emma Lou Chalk 




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Pat Brown and Tommy Brown, dele- 
gates to American Friend Service Semi- 
nar held in Washington, D.C. 



"Happy" Bill Cody in 
one of the S.A. spon- 
sored assemblies. 



Agnes, Nicky, and Pat talk over the 
student exchange program which these 
three participated in. 





A Gay time was had 
by all at our home- 
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Raine Remsburg, magazine high sales- 
man admires the plaque presented to 
GHS by the Curtis Publishing Company. 





Eastern District win- 
ner, Bruce Lucas, gives 
his prize winning 
"Voice of Democracy" 
speech. 





One of the many floats 
in the annual Home- 
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precedes the Home- 
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Sheila Edwards 
Jackie Howell 
Dannie McDonald 
Lenora Pate 
Janet Barfield 
Mary Bea Heeden 
Fred Parker 
Mary Jane Pemberton 
Jane Smith 
Lamar Farmer 
Mary F. Johnson 
Agnes Lawler 
Mary L. McMillan 
Kathryn Crumpler 
Lynda Daniels 
Max Wilkinson 



Barry Higgenbotham 
Lynne Southerland 
Bill Crawford 
Gloria Johnson 
Tom Brown 
Bill Moore 
Bill Herring 
P. A. Grantham 
Nick Kopp 
Bruce Lucas 
Mary P. Long 
Margaret Knight 
Cora Ezzell 
Kay Hood 
Nita Keely 
Neston Mathews 



Sandra Davis 
David Edgerton 
Webber Bell 
Carolyn Edgerton 
Hannah Bell 
Elizabeth Sneeden 
Alice Starling 
Ghristan Creech 
Margie Bryan 
Colton Carwan 
Sandra Hamilton 
Robert Stroud 
Louis Weil 
Bill Berstein 
Marbaret Turner 



Mollie Dewey 
Wallace Wood 
Sistie Smith 
Adrene Andrews 
Linda Franks 
Diana Jackson 
June Galloway 
Rose West 
Mary Alice Morris 
Susie Sasser 
Benny Ward 
Banks Wallace 
Phylis Lucas 
Margaret Coward 
Henry Mixon 





GHS was privileged this year to have as 
a very active part of their school life Nich- 
olas Kopp, promptly nicknamed Nicky by 
his classmates, an exchange student from 
Rouen, France. 

Nicky was active in school activities and 
was an honorary member of Le Cercle 
Francais, where he proved to be an in- 
valuable aid to that organization. 

In addition to the pleasure we received 
from having Nicky in our school, we feel 
that greater understanding between his 
country and ours has been gained . . . 



Officers 

President PAT BROWN 

Vice President GEORGIA COBB 

Secretary JILL GAME 

Treasurer BILL ALLEN 

Advisor ....' MRS. URBY 





BILLY MALPASS President 

ALICE GRANTHAM Vice President 

BETTY COBB Secretary 

MARY STUART Treasurer 



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In the study of Spanish, students learn 
about the customs and traditions of 
Spanish-speaking countries as well as how 
to speak, read, and understand the lan- 
guage. This is an elective subject under 
the direction of Mr. Durwood Wiggins 
and offers many pleasant hours to those 
who are interested in the language. 




Betty Cobb 

Ann Fields 

Alice Faye Grantham 

Bob Haskins 



Billy Malpass 

Jimmy Parker 

Mary Elizabeth Stuart 

Mr. Durwood Wiggins, Advisor 




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The Junior Classical League is an organization 
made up of students who are taking Latin. 

President BOBBY O'DANIEL 

Vice President MARY WALDROP 

Secretary ILZE DOMBRAVSKIS 

Treasurer CHUCK CLARK 




atnaa Lundell 
Bobby O'Daniel 
Shelton Brown 
Pat Powell 
Tim O'Keefe 
Hennretta Hines 
Nan Hutto 
Ann Uzzell 



Tommy Brow; 
Carolyn What' 
Pete Donely 
Sandra Franklin 
Mary Hugh Wa 
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The girls in F.H.A. learn the essentials of homemaking and bettering their lives 
today so that they will be prepared for the future. 

In the year's work they achieve their ability in food preparation and clothing and 
fulfil their motto which is "Toward New Horizons." 



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Advisor: MRS. RUTH SHINE 




Ann Parks 
Faye Watson 
Hope Anderson 
Elizabeth Andrews 
Myrtle Barwick 
Bobbie Bass' 
Nancy Jo Bass 
Linda Best 
Lynda Boyd 
Linda Cardwell 
Lois Casey 
Barbara J. Caulk 
Barbara Williams 
Peggy Capps 
Carolyn Cooke 



Elizabeth Crisp 
Francis Daniels 
Carolyn Ebuhan 
Betty Edwards 


Joyce Evans 
Nancy Farmer 
Cecile Floars 
June Garriss 


Julia Elmore 
Carolyn Wiley 


Peggy Hall 
Jean Herring 



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Betty Ingram 




Pe ggy Jones 




Pat Turlington 




Joyce Pope 




Sandra King 




Janice Langston 




Mary Lewis 




Betsy Merritt 




Pat Mozingo 
Alice Nickens 


Judy Whitley 


Christine Hill 


Jeanie Pearman 


Evelyn Hill 


Olivia Powell 


Betsy Holland 


Mary Prestwood 


Margaret Howell 


Betty Sasser 


Mary Howell 


Gladys Sticldand 

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Douglas Combs 
Dan Millard 
Ed Britt 
Bobby McCarter 
Wanna Clayton 
Haywood Rollins 



Carl Page 
Kenneth Killette 
Barbara Hemby 
Margie Smith 
Betsy Wood 
Phyllis Corbett 



Estelle Bennett 
Jimmy Bryan 
George Southerland 
Donald Hartley 
Bobby Cotten 
Roy Savage 



Johnny Davis 
Gordon Howard 
Benny Capps 
Sylvia Stevens 
Wayne Thompson 



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Officers 



Distributive Education is a course 
which teaches those students who wish 
to hold a part-time job while attending 
school the arts of their trade. These ef- 
ficient students have a shortened school 
day after which they leave to go to their 
respective jobs in the business world. 



BILLY BROWN, President 
PEGGY PATE, Vice President 
WANNA CLAYTON, Secretary 
DAN MILLARD, Treasurer 




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Janet Barfield 
Edith Bell 
Pat Brown 
Jill Game 
Bill Herring 




CAROLYN ROLLINS. President 
EDITH BELL. Vice President 
JANE SMITH. Secretary 
FRED PARKER. Treasurer 
MISS JANIE IPOCK. Advisor 



Jan Kneib 
Fred Parker 
Patsy Sasser 
Jane Smith 
Carolyn Rollins 




The Charles Brantly Aycock Chapter of the National Honor Society is an honorary 
organization. The object of this organization is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, 
to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage 
the development of character in pupils of Goldsboro High School. 



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Stunt Night . . . each year the National Honor Society sponsors its annual activity, 
stunt night. The purpose of this event is to raise money for National Honor Society 
Scholarships. Each class submits a stunt written and produced by its own class members. 
This event arouses the interest of the whole student body and creates more competitive 
spirit between the classes than does any event during the school year. 




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Kenneth Ginn, Captain; Barbara Troutman, First Lieutenant; Margaret Coward, Second Lieutenant; 
John Watts, Second Lieutenant; Gene Denning, Second Lieutenant. 




The GHS Marching Band is 
composed of junior and senior 
high school students. Its 83 
musicians help to keep the stu- 
dents in tuneful spirits through- 
out the football season when 
they perform at every game. 



The GHS Band is led by this group of high-stepping majorettes. 




Adrene Andrews 
Elizabeth Andrews 
Wayne Burris 
Mickey Burroughs 
Margaret Coward 
Bill Crow 
Edward Crumpler 
Gene Denning 
Bobby Ezzell 
Kenneth Ginn 
John Grady 
Gerald Grant 
Betty M. Hadden 
Mary F. Haddock 
LeMoore Hairr 
John Heath 
Barbara Ingram 



Donnie Kennedy 
Johnnie Kennedy 
Bobby Lambery 
Charles Leder 
Pat Mayo 
Bonnie Mills 
Cecil Mills 
Pete Mitchell 
Linda Monseed 
Carol Moore 
Gayle Paschell 
Chuck Pate 
Judy Pollock 
Linda Powell 
Bobby Reaves 
Alice Savage 



Edwin Scales 
Henry Sherard 
Jimmy Sloan 
Douglas Smith 
John Stevenson 
John Stone 
Binky Strickland 
Conald Sutton 
DeWayne Turnage 
Raeford Turnage 
Barbara Troutman 
Bill Vdunasq 
Janet Daly 
Ann Williams 
Rosalee Webster 
Virginia Watts 



John Strickland 
Graham Hood 
Frank Houser 
Theresa Lewis 
Haywood Boyette 
Danny Barber 
Buddy Jordan 
Cicil Lupton 
Johnnie Hood 
Lendsey Pratt 
Eugene Fallon 
Jerry Deene 
Charles Hooks 
Jimmy Vinson 
Harriet Taylor 
Carolyn Turnage 



Sandra Grantham 
Jimmy Mauldin 
Mary Davis 
Hohnnie Pelt 
Linda Ham 
Bobby Baum 
Linda Powell 
Pat Mayo 
Dottie Warrick 
Nell Williams 
Ann Gurley 
Wanna F. Clayton 
Betty Mae Hadden 
Evelyn Hill 
Margaret Coward 
Carolyn Cooke 




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Randy Camp 
Jack Tilley 
Dennis Evans 
Betty F. Williams 
Mary E. Stewart 
Emma L. Chalk 
Mary P. Long 
Margaret Knight 
Betty Cobb 
Bessie Cooper 
Gladys Wood 
Betty Starling 
Edna G. Howell 
Ann Davis 
Susan Jernigan 
Barbara Shirley 
Barbara Cottle 
Patricia Woodcock 




Dorothy Casey 
Jeanette Webb 
Henry Griffin 
Mary L. McMillian 
Sheila Edwards 
Betty McClenny 
Carolyn Rollins 
Hilda Pearsall 
Hope Anderson 
Betty Ann Ingram 
Betty Jean Williams 



Reba Grice 
William Pearsall 
Rhesa Hart 
Donald Strickland 
Kenneth Ginn 
Claude Cogdell 
John Burk 
Bob Tilley 
Donnie Frederick 
Pete Lane 
Donnell Anders 



Jerry Beam 
Carolyn Wiley 
Joanne Newell 
Jackie Vinson 
Hilda Flowe 
Gerald Grice 
Tommy Moore 
Geraldine Kephart 
Linda Best 
Joe McLawhorn 
Thelma Taylor 




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Vice President RITA CASE 

Secretary-Treasurer LINDA POWELL 




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SANDRA KING 

MARY FRANCES JOHNSON 

DRUCILLA LINDSEY 



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Editor, PAT BROWN 



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Advertising Manager GLORIA JOHNSON 

Business Manager LENORA PATE 

Make-up Editor AGNES LAWLER 

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GOLDSBORO HI NEWS 
EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor Pat Brown 

Make-up Editor Agnes Lawler 

Feature Editor Sistie Smith 

Alumni Editor Rose West 

Exchange Editor Patsy Sasser 

Sports Editors Sonny Aycock, 

Lloyd Gurley 

Photographers Jimmy O'Tuel, 

Frank Southerland, Edward Ezzell 

Reporters Janet Barfield, 

Sarah Davis, Barbara Forsythe 




Photographers 

JIMMY OTUEL FRANK SOUTHERLAND 

EDWARD EZZELL 



II NEWS 

er 26, 1931, at the post office at 
act of March 3, 1879. 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1956 
BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager Lenora Pate 

Advertising Manager Gloria Johnson 

Circulation Managers Anne Barwiclc, 

Nita Keel 

Advertising Salesmen Bill Boddie, 

Tommy Brown, Anne Barwick, Nita Keel, 
Edith Bell, Patsy Sasser, Florence Bizzell, 
Lynne Southerland, Dorothy Casey, Pat 
Woodcock, Linda Daniels, Tommy Gibson, 
P. A. Grantham, Sandra Hamilton, Susan 
Walker, Susie Sasser, Sistie Smith. 






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Faculty Editor 
EDITH BELL 



Goldmasquer Editor 
JANICE LANGSTON 



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Advisor 
MISS DORIS ETHERIDGE 



TYPISTS 



Ann Fields 
Janet Barfield 
Edith Bell 
Patsy Sasser 
Linda Best 



Gloria Johnson, 

Katherine Crumpler, Super. Editor 

Agnes Lawler, 

Jimmy Lamm, Ad. Manager; 

P. A. Grantham, 

Patsy Sasser, Snapshot Editor. 



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Pat Brown 

Fred Parker 

P. A. Grantham 

Jane Smith 

Lynne Southerland 

Lenora Pate 

Janet Barfield 

Georgia Cobb 

Mary Bea Heeden 

Gloria Johnson 

Sandra Hamilton 

Lynda Daniels 

Sistie Smith 

Susie Sasser 

Mary Jane Pemberton 

Edith Bell 

Patsy Sasser 

Nita Keel 



Advisors 

Mr. E. L. Roberts 

Miss Doris Ethertidge 




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Band takes part in one of the many parades. 



This group supervised by Mr. Eugene Roberts puts forth 
much hard work for the printing of G.H.S. news. 



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Basketball is a favorite sport at Goldsboro High School 
where it is enjoyed in Physical Education and Conference 

games. 



Girls also have much fun playing basketball. Sportsmanship 
is always displayed as they strive for victory. 




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GERALDINE POTTER 

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Advisor, MISS JANIE C. IPOCK 





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MARY BEA HEEDEN 



JACKIE HOWELL 




PAT BROWN 




SHELIA EDWARDS 



BETTY ANN INGRAM MARY FRANCES JOHNSON 




With the accompaniment of spring of the 
Junior year comes the announcement of 
the Scholastic Marshals. To achieve this 
goal one must be in the top twenty- five 
of their respective class. Marshals are 
seen ushering during the year at com- 
mencement . . . community concerts . . . 
plays . . . and at many other occasions. 



JANE SMITH 



JOHN WATTS 



Career Day 





Our keynote speaker, Mr. Phillips from Woman's Col- 
lege in Greensboro, delivers an excellent speech on 
growing up. 




"Corban," an original one act play written by one of our own students, 
Linda Franks, was given as an extra attraction of Career Day. 



Each year the Student Association presents Career 
Day. This is a day set aside for the students to 
become more familiar with the various vocations and 
colleges. Many long hours are spent in preparation 
for Career Day and both the students and advisors 
are to be commended for their splendid work. 




Here we see one of the many representatives of colleges 
and vocations instructing one of her classes. 



Here is another scene from the original religious play 
"Corban." 



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MY FIFTEEN YEARS WITH THE GOLDMASQUERS 

Clifton Britton 

This year marks my fifteenth year with the Goldmasquers, an organization that has 
won for itself a national reputation. These years will probably be the richest in my life. 
Within that period of time I have worked with more than three thousand students. 
Some have gone into the professional field of radio and dramatic art; others are still 
in college preparing themselves for the vocation of their choice. Some have given their 
lives for the rights of freedom. 

There were many who were never confident in themselves. They were afraid of life and 
the future. They did not want to face the real issue. In my own way I tried to make them 
a part of the high school theatre. They needed something to do that would make them 
successful before the eyes of their fellow students. They found their confidence in 
painting a flat or speaking a line in front of an audience and hearing someone say, 
"that was good." 

Those words gave them the courage to fight for what they believed. In a fast moving 
age the public is prone to publicize the wrongs of youth more than what they do right. 
Sometimes it becomes rather difficult for them to decide which gives them more at- 
tention. 

There were those who were timid and afraid. The timid soon learned that he had 
a voice that would be heard when the cue was given. Democracy thrives on free speech. 
Each person should be so trained to add his to the great chorus of freedom. Those who 
were afraid found that fear could be conquered by- driving themselves to forge ahead 
despite the barriers which held them back. The arts have never thrived under the 
pressure of fear. It destroys rather than creates. 

Many times after rehearsal there would be some visiting youngster who would shyly 
come up and ask "can you discover me"? This young life wanted to be known. She 
had a secret desire to do something that would put her name among those who were 
remembered after graduation. After many hours of thinking I would be fortunate to 
find a way to "discover" her. Sometimes these ideas surely come from God. The world 
today must discover its youth and find that deeply hidden desire of what they want to 
be. If it is not recognized and cultivated, it will die or grow up the wrong way. 

Of course there are those in every theatre group called "Glory Seekers." These people 
only work when they have a place under the bright lights. With the Goldmasquers, they 
soon learn that the true glory is working in the shadows of the side-wings helping 
another attain success. They discover the value of a new friend and the strength of 
unity. Soon they learn that scrubbing the stage floor reflects pride and glory of a great 
people. Success is only attained by hard work and climbing the ladder from the first 
round. Far too many are pushed up rather than earning it. 

For fifteen years I have seen them play the roles of the American soldier in prison 
camps defending our heritage, and I have seen them play the roles of kings and queens 
for an evening, giving it the nobility of just rulers. They have lived through the period 
in which Our Lord was born, and suffered the last crucial hours with Him at the cross. 
In these moments they are not wasting their time but learning by living. In the hours 
of despair, the memory of one being a king or a soldier defending his country can 
restore faith and give confidence. 

My fifteen years with the Goldmasquers introduced me to Johnny, Sue and Bob. 
They have given me a rich, full life. 





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DIANA JACKSON 

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Varsity Club Officers 

President - JAN KNIEB 

Vice President SONNY AYCOCK 

Corresponding Secretary LLOYD GURLEY 

Recording Secretary CLEMMIE TWIFORD 

Treasurer BOBBY BIZZELL 

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COLTON CARAWAN 




JOHNNY KENNEDY 



DONNIE KENNEDY 



BILL HERRING 



WALTER WIGGINS 



BILL WIGGINS 



LAMAR FARMER JOHN HENDERSON 



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SHELTON BROWN 
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BILL WIGGINS 

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WALTER WIGGINS 
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BUDDY COMPTON 
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COLTON CARAWAN 

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GERALD GRICE 

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SONNY AYCOCK 
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JIMMY EASON 

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DORSETT CLEMENT 

Quarterback 



BILL MASON 
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JERRY ELLIS 
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TOMMY GIBSON 
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BOBBY McCARTER 
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DONNIE KENNEDY 
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DOUGLAS NORRIS 

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Everyone come out to the big game! 




Let's hope that Goldsboro is on top. 



A good time is had by all at 
the following dance. 








Head Coach 
CLYDE WHITENER 




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Co-Captains 
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Jimmy McKeel 
Bobby Peacock 
Richard Helms 
Chuck Clark 
Don Ellis 
Bobby Dan Reaves 



Bailey Gates 


Ronnie Murphey 


Donnie Frederick 


John Newsome 


James Forehand 


Branson Harrison 


Maxton Radford 


Jerry Edgerton 


Leslie Howell 


Clarence Ellison 


Jimmy Mooring 


Kenneth Rollins 



Billy Flora 
Jimmy Eason 
Norwood Eason 
Joe McLawhorn 
Bobby Friend 
Bobby O'Daniels 



Don Bell 
Bill Deans 
Voyad Davis 
Don Holloman 
Phil Ellis 
Larry Ward 












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Harold Stuart 
David Odom 
Kenneth VanHoy 
Tim O'Keefe 
Joe Moses 
Jimmy Adams 
Billy Friend 
Bill Hooks 
Bobby Varner 
Jim Brown 



Fred West 
Jimmy Keen 
Tony Owens 
Edgar Strickland 
Charles Jarrell 
David Lucas 
David Peacock 
Tony Owens 
Charles Croom 
Wilson Ward 



Danny Shepard 
Sherrel Sasser 
J. T. Ingram 
Warren Walters 
Cy Campen 
Albert Morris 
Conner Webb 
Jack Peacock 
Kenneth Braswell 
Alan Jones 



H. T. Granthan 
Ricky Edwards 
Jacky Walker 
Julian Ezzell 
Jimmy Phillips 
Head Coach 
Charles Lee 
Assistant Coach 
Harvey Davis 




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Sportsmanship 
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Co-Captains 
SONNY AYCOCK BILL HERRING 



Head Coach 
CHARLES LEE 



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SONNY AYCOCK 
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DORSETT CLEMENT 

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BRUCE LUCAS 
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GLEN MASSENGILL 
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BOBBY BIZZELL 

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BILL MOORE 

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JERRY ELLIS 
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BILL HERRING 

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WALTER WIGGINS 

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Bobby Peacock 
Chuck Clark 
Richard Helms 
Larry Ward 
Glen Mason 



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Bobby O'Daniels 
Donnie Frederick 
Don Ellis 
Mickey Farmer 
Maxton Radford 




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Co-Captains: JOHN HENDERSON, PUDGIE FARMER 
Coach: BILL KEMP 




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Jimmy Parker 


Roger Wise 


Bill Kemp 


Jackie Ward 


David Bryan 


Bailey Gates 


Clarence Ellison 


David Lane 


James Howard 


Harvey Edwards 


Hubert Ellison 


Irvin Hales 


John Henderson 


Fred Parker 


Clemmfe Twiford 


Gorden McMillan 


Pudgie Farmer 


Bill Wiggins 


Larry Jones 


Bill Richardson 




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The Track Team supervised by 
Coach Norris Jeffrey has proved to be 
a very successful sport at Goldsboro 
High School. This spring sport has 
brought high honors to our school. 



COACH JEFFREY 





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Gene Denning 
Bobby McCarter 
Bill Barber 
Walter Wiggins 
Bob Haskins 
Ceddie Rose 
Bill Wiggins 



Bennie Ward 
Bobby Bizzell 
Jimmy Thompson 
Norris Jeffrey 
Louis Weil 
Johnny Kennedy 
Donnie Kennedy 



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The 1957 Golf Team should 
prove the best in recent years 
with all of last year's squad re- 
turning. The not-too-impressive 
'56 team closed its season with 
no wins, but through much de- 
termination and hours of instruc- 
tion from golf enthusiast Coach 
Blysak they are certain to bring 
home honors this year. 



Co-Captains 
BILL CRAWFORD BILL BODDIE 




Bill Boddie 
Roger Wise 
Bill Crawford 
Tommy Gibson 
Pete Jerrell 
Shelton Brown 
Clemmie Twiford 



Coach Blysak 



Max Wilkinson 
Bruce Lucas 
Louis Husband 
Jimmy Smith 
Raine Remsburg 
John Watts 
Rudy Best 




First row: Bill Munden, Fred Parker, Billy Flora, Tim Strickland, Dorsett 
Clement. Second row: Claude Cogdell, Maxton Radford, Don Ellis, Richard 
Moore, Donnie Frederick, Chuck Clark. 



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COACH LEE 



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Left to right: David Edgerton. Richard Helms, Hubert Ellison, Colton Carawan. 
Bill Moore, Bobby O'Caniels, Sonny Aycock. 



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MOLLY DEWEY 



CAROLYN EDGERTON KAY HOOD 

DOTTIE LASSITER 
MARJORIE BRYAN 

LINDA CAMPBELL 
BETTY CAMPBELL 



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PEGGY MOORE 

Assistant Head 



CHARLOTTE FA1RCLOTI 
KAYE MOTLEY 
MARY JO PARKER 
SANDRA FRANKLIN 



KITTY REID 
LOTTIE LAMM 
SANDRA GARRIS 
CAROL STUART 



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FAYE GRIFFIN 
BETTY SUMMERLIN 
ELEANOR BEST 



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ANNETTE GLADDEN 
LINDA TYNDALL 
GEORGIA BAIN 
JANE WILLIFORD 




QMs' Athletic 
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The Girls' Athletic Association is an organi- 
zation that provides well-rounded recreation for 
the girls that participate in this club. This as- 
sociation offers much enjoyment through its 
competitive sports. 

CAROLYN ROLLINS President 

JACKIE HOWELL Vice President 

JANET DAWSON Secretary 

ROSE PRICE Treasurer 

LOU ANN BEST Point Secretary 

MARGARET SEYMOUR Social Chairman 

SARAH WILLIAMS Sports Leader 



Carolyn Rollins 
Sarah Lynn Davis 
Sandra Gurley 
Mary Lewis 
Gladys Wood 



Jackie Howell 
Lou Ann Best 
Peggy Bradshaw 
Sarah Williams 
Janet Dawson 



Maxine Brantham 
Katherine Thompson 
Susan Parker 
Mae Thompson 
Rose Price 



Jeannette Webb 
Beth Harrison 
Margaret Seymour 
Nellie Summerlin 
Mrs. Hodgins, Advisor 




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Where Shopping 

Is a 

Pleasure 




FIRST IN FASHIONS . . . 

FIRST IN QUALITY . . . 

in Serving You and Yours 

and Eastern Carolina 

for 92 Years 



When It Bears the Weil Label 
You Know It's Quality Throuah and Through 




GOLDSBORO 
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

Save for a College Education 

INVEST IN OUR SHARES 

Then Buy Your Home 

Telephone 33 1 



Compliments 
of 

WACO 
CORPORATION 



DILLON SUPPLY CO. 

Mill Supplies — Machinery 
GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments 
of 

ROBINSON'S 
DRUG STORE 

GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



Congratulations 

GARRIS JEWELERS 

142 N. Center St. 
GOLDSBORO, N.C. 



JEFFREYS AND SONS 
SEEDSMEN 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 



Sx^uUCte PvcveCiy 




GIDDEN'S JEWELRY STORE 

Center Street 



Congratulations to the 
Class of '57 

GRIFFIN'S BARBECUE 



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Compliments 

BROWN'S 

DRUG STORE 

130 East Walnut Street 
Phone 591 






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V °U CAN RELAX IN-- 

Compliments of 

GOLDSBORO FURNITURE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 



Bell-Stuart Furniture Co. 

Creech's, Inc. 

Edwards & Jernigan Furniture Co. 

Heilig-Meyers Co. 

Isaacs-Kahn Furniture Co. 



Johnson-Cotton Co. 
Rose Furniture Co. 
Sears Roebuck and Co. 
Southerland Furniture 
Sutton-Lewis Furniture 



There's a "One and Only 
in Refreshment, Too 





lOTTlfO UNDII AUTHOMTY OP THI COCA-COLA COMPANY IT 

GOLDSBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC. 



W. Homer Ball 






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ISAACS-KAHN 
FURNITURE CO., INC. 

"The Big Furniture Store on 
Center Street" 

118-122 N. Center Street 
GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 


CONEKIN'S 

Start at Your Feet and Dress Up 


J. C. PENNEY CO. 
Department Stores 

"Where the Nation Shops and Saves" 
GOLDSBORO .NORTH CAROLINA 


CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 
THE CLASS OF '56 

EDWARDS 
YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 


Compliments of 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 
CO. 


Compliments of 

BUNCH DRUG STORE 

144 North Center Street 
Phone 8 or 9 


CITIZENS 
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION 

Save to Build — Build to Save 
100 SOUTH CENTER 




SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



GIBSON'S 
WALGREEN DRUG STORE 

"Your Service Store" 
216 E. ASH ST. GOLDSBORO, N.C. 




Congratulations to 
the Class of '57 

COBB MOTOR COMPANY 

Center Street 





115 W. Walnut St. 



THE JEWEL BOX, INC. 

Headquarters for 

Watches, Diamonds, 

Silver and Fine 

Jewelry 



Phone 3640 




our 




<*g|p> DEPENDABLE 
DRUGGIST 

ASH STREET PHARMACY 



814 E. Ash Street 



Phone 1827 




Compliments 
of 

BORDEN 
MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



Compliments 
of 

BORDEN BRICK AND TILE COMPANY 



DEWEY BROTHERS, INC. 



Founders Machinists Mill Supplies 



Steel Fabricators Metal Windows 



Telephone 1800 



GOLDSBORO NORTH CAROLINA 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST 
WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '57 



Compliments 
of 

HUB DEPARTMENT STORE 



COMPLIMENTS 

AND 

CONGRATULATIONS 

From 

T. A. LOVING AND COMPANY 



TOWN AND COUNTRY 
L. P. GAS SERVICE 

226 N. Center Street 
Goldsboro, N.C. 





i>ASTRI€S *** BR€AI > 

at 
MADE-RITE BAKERY 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 
THE CLASS OF '57 

W. H. BEST & SON 



Congratulations to 

the Class of 

'57 

BEN ELLIS 
Clothing Store 




BEST POLICY 

AT ALL 
TIMES 




<Sr WAYNE REALTY 
and 
INSURANCE COMPANY 




GOLDSBORO 
LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 



GOLDSBORO 
OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 

"School Supply Headquarters" 
PHONE 3585 GOLDSBORO, N.C. 



BRYAN OIL COMPANY 

Distributors 

AMOCO PRODUCTS 

Phone 825 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL SERVICE 
MOTOR CO. 

LINCOLN — MERCURY 
Sales Service 



FORD CARS FORD TRUCKS 

Compliments of 

COMMUNITY 
MOTORS CORP. 

Phone 1814 



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Compliments of 

W. H. GRIFFIN & SONS 

"Your Warmest Friends" 



Compliments of 

WORLEY 
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 

South Center Street 
GOLDSBORO NORTH CAROLINA 



J. P. TAYLOR 
INCORPORATED 

Leaf Tobacco Dealers 



GOLDSBORO 



NORTH CAROLINA 



DONORS 



Williams' Sheet Metal Works 
Branch Banking & Trust Company 
Music and Sport 
Carolina Shoe Rebuilders 



Serotta's 

Candy Kitchen 

Odom Motor Company 

Cozart Packing Company 



The 1957 Annual Staff gratefully wishes to acknowledge 
these business firms who have so generously contributed by 
publishing ads in the 1957 Gohrsca. It is only through their 
contributions that we have succeeded in putting out this 
annual. 



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